Actor John Cusack Defends NBC Reporter Scolded By Trump: ‘Rot In Hell Mr. President’

President Donald Trump,

Actor John Cusack Defends NBC Reporter Scolded By Trump: ‘Rot In Hell Mr. President’

Actor John Cusack Defends NBC Reporter Scolded By Trump: ‘Rot In Hell Mr. President’

John Cusack.

According to Breitbart, actor John Cusack is that the latest celebrity to grace the state along with his thoughts about the president, telling Trump he should “rot in hell” during a recent Twitter post.

Cusack’s outburst came on a daily basis after Trump responded harshly to Alexander after at a recent Coronavirus task force press briefing he asked the president whether or not he was giving Americans false hope about his response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

“It is feasible that your impulse to place a positive spin on things could also be giving Americans a false sense of hope about our level of preparedness right now?” Alexander asked.

Alexander asked the president.

Not long then question, Alexander asked the president what message he had for Americans who currently feel scared about matters. “I say that you’re a terrible reporter. That’s what I say. i feel that’s a really nasty question, and that i think that’s a really bad signal that you’re putting intent on the American people,” Trump responded. As expected, left-leaning media outlets weren’t thrilled with the president’s response to Alexander. The exchange prompted Cusack to weigh in on Twitter

Other celebs, including Rob Reiner, tweeted their negative thoughts about true, even accusing the president of “mental instability.”

 

 

Hollywood actors are kicking off of the woodwork to weigh in on this political happenings surrounding the Coronavirus outbreak, with most of them attacking President Donald Trump for variety of issues, including a happening that happened on involving the president criticizing NBC News White House correspondent Peter Alexander. According to Breitbart, actor John Cusack is that the latest celebrity to grace the state along with his thoughts about the president, telling Trump he should “rot in hell” during a recent Twitter post. Cusack’s outburst came on a daily basis after Trump responded harshly to Alexander after at a recent Coronavirus task force press briefing he asked the president whether or not he was giving Americans false hope about his response to the COVID-19 outbreak. “It is feasible that your impulse to place a positive spin on things could also be giving Americans a false sense of hope about our level of preparedness right now?” Alexander asked. Not long then question, Alexander asked the president what message he had for Americans who currently feel scared about matters. “I say that you’re a terrible reporter. That’s what I say. i feel that’s a really nasty question, and that i think that’s a really bad signal that you’re putting intent on the American people,” Trump responded. As expected, left-leaning media outlets weren’t thrilled with the president’s response to Alexander. The exchange prompted Cusack to weigh in on Twitter. Other celebs, including Rob Reiner, tweeted their negative thoughts about true, even accusing the president of “mental instability.”