Salma Hayek appeared on The Late Late Show With James Corden last night and because of the times we’re in the conversation of course turned to Donald Trump, as all conversations must do. It’s no secret that Hayek isn’t the biggest fan of Trump. In December she posted this photo on Instagram with a Trump piñata:
She recounted her story of the piñata, saying that the first person on line to hit it went nuts, and no one else even got a chance to go. James Corden asked her, “Is there anything that Trump says, anything at all that you would agree with?” Hayek pauses before saying, “Actually he writes in his book that when he was in first grade, he punched his music teacher because he didn’t think he knew anything about music, and later in the book he reflects, saying that he’s still exactly the same as that kid in first grade, that he hasn’t changed. I agree with him that we have a first grade bully running for President of the United States.”
Hayek went on to critique his “insults” to all immigrants, saying, “Everyone in this country is an immigrant.” She concludes by recommending he read U.S. History For Dummies, saying “I will gladly lend you my copy.”
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