Jennifer Lawrence Makes Controversial Comments About Trump in Oprah Interview

December 07, 2017Dec 07, 2017

Jennifer Lawrence has long been a critic of President Donald Trump. As a result, when she sat down in a recent interview with Oprah Winfrey, the topic of conversation quickly moved to the President of the United States, according to People Magazine.

When asked by Oprah if she had ever met President Trump, Lawrence remarked that she hasn't. She then remarked that when she does meet him, she "has a pretty good speech" which "ends with a martini in the face."

"You just wait," she added.

“Oh, I would, definitely. Oh, my God, I’ve been waiting for this moment,” she replied. “I’ll give you a hint — it’s not nice.”

Oprah then asked her about the speech that Lawrence plans to give to President Trump. In response, Lawrence added that "you wouldn't want me to say it to you."

Lawrence then revealed to Oprah some concrete actions she has recently taken in order to improve the political conditions of America. First, she has attempted to raise money for the organization Represent Us, where she currently serves on the board of directors. She has also been going on campus tours, where she has been able to speak with high schoolers and college students.

Lawrence warned of government corruption and warned that revealing it isn't a partisan issue, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Lawrence has also been speaking out about the current wave of sexual harassment accusations being hurdled at Hollywood. The accusations began with Harvey Weinstein. The actress remarked that she was very shocked when she found out that her friend Weinstein had been accused of rape. 

“He was paternal to me. So I needed a moment to process everything because I thought I knew this guy, and then he’s being accused of rape," she said. 

In breaking news, megachurch pastor John Hagee just revealed what happened in his encounter with Trump weeks before the Israel decision. 

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