Spike Lee: The world will be in danger if Donald Trump is re-elected

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Spike Lee warned that the world would be in jeopardy if President Donald Trump was re-elected.

The American leader is currently underperforming in the polls, but the 63-year-old filmmaker does not think it means that he will lose definitively in the November elections, but warned that it would cause disaster worldwide if he stayed at power.

“Look, I’m not sure. How do we know he’s not going to try to rig the thing again? he said. “If this guy wins, the world is in danger. Not just in the United States of America. The world.’

A warning: Spike Lee warned that the world would be in danger if President Donald Trump was re-elected. The American leader is currently underperforming in the polls, but the 63-year-old filmmaker does not think it means that he will lose definitively in the November elections, but warned that it would cause disaster worldwide if he stayed at power.

Doing more harm than good: Trump seen on June 1 at the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. Less than five months before voters decide his fate, Trump is faced with a political reality very different from what he had imagined.

Doing more harm than good: Trump seen on June 1 at the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. Less than five months before voters decide his fate, Trump is faced with a very different political reality than he had imagined.

In Spike’s new film Da 5 Bloods, one of the characters marks President “Klansman in the Oval Office”, and the filmmaker thinks the former “apprentice” star is “sympathetic” to the organization of white supremacy and called Trump the “worst” president ‘in history.

He told the new issue of GQ Hype magazine: “I mean, he has these trends. He sided with the Klan in Charlottesville. He is sympathetic to their cause.

” [He will] go down in history as the worst president of the United States of America.

Icon in Hollywood: Lee with wife Tonya Lewis Lee at the 92nd Academy Awards in February

Icon in Hollywood: Lee with wife Tonya Lewis Lee at the 92nd Academy Awards in February

His film: In Spike's new film, Da 5 Bloods, one of the characters marks the president

His film: In Spike’s new film, Da 5 Bloods, one of the characters marks the president “that Klansman in the oval office”, and the scenario writer thinks that the former star of “the apprentice” is “sympathetic” to the organization of white supremacy and the Trump brand the “worst president” in history

Protests swept the world following the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minnesota police, and the director of KkKlansman admitted that he believed that Trump had “exposed” the behavior of these cops.

Said, ‘He turned it. But you know, it didn’t start with Agent Orange.

“But also, be careful. I’m not trying to get him off the hook. He revealed it. He set the flames on fire.

He made the news: protests swept the world following the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police of Minnesota, and the filmmaker of KkKlansman admitted that he thought that Trump had `` revealed '' the behavior of these cops

He made the news: protests swept the world following the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police of Minnesota, and the filmmaker of KkKlansman admitted that he thought that Trump had “revealed” the behavior of these cops

Meanwhile, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Spike remains at home as much as possible and has admitted that it will take a long time before he feels safe.

He said, “Sometimes. I cycle two or three times a week. And keep your head down. Wear a mask. Gloves. Day by day…

“Not just cinemas. Go to a baseball game. Go to a basketball game. Broadway. You know, for me, I don’t rush.

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