Actor and comedian Jack Black called out new president Donald Trump for behaving like "Charlie Sheen" when Sheen was doing crack.
During an interview with Variety magazine, Black was heavy on jokes but got serious when it comes to the policies he thinks the United States needs.
“We’ve got to start thinking globally," Black said. "We’re going to be working together … if the human race, if this species is going to survive. Yeah, America first is fine, in terms of finances, but we’ve got to stop thinking that way. It’s not a Monopoly game where the rich billionaire wins the game. It’s about the world working together, and it’s got to happen soon.”
Black was at the Sundance Film Festival promoting his new film The Polka King. His fellow cast member Willie Garson added that the idea of "winning" sounds very familiar.
“This whole concept of winning, what do you mean winning? At the expense of what? Winning, implied, is someone losing … this is insanity,” Garson said.
“Who else has been talking about winning obsessively lately?" Black asked. "Oh yeah! Charlie Sheen. When he was on crack.”
Black went on to ask where we are as a country when the president is on the same page as Charlie Sheen. “Where are we where the president and Charlie Sheen are on the same exact page?”
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Jack Black compares Donald Trump to @charliesheen "when he was on crack" | #VarietyStudio at #Sundance presented by @OrvillePopcorn pic.twitter.com/jVtvfYuj7r— Variety (@Variety) January 22, 2017