None of which has caused the 71-year-old "Thelma & Louise" star to back down about Clinton. "'How dare you! You who are responsible for this!'"
Fox's Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt reported her remarks with discernible glee, but co-host Brian Kilmeade seemed to caution President Donald Trump against praising the actress based on their report - which he habitually watches and comments on. He tried really hard about healthcare.
Confirming a quote she had given during the presidential race when she had said Hillary would have been more unsafe than Trump, Susan explained: "Not exactly, but I don't mind that quote". And I said: 'She's not authentic.
Ahead of the 2016 election, as Democrats urged women to vote Clinton because she's a woman, Sarandon resisted the call, saying that she does not "vote with [her] vagina".
"I got from Hillary people "I hope your crotch is grabbed, ' 'I hope you're raped". Furthermore, when asked if she was upset by the attacks, Sarandon suggested that it was more upsetting to her "from the point of view of thinking they [the Democrats] haven't learned". "I didn't advocate people voting for anything".More news: Android Oreo update for OnePlus 5 might bring along Face Unlock feature
Bernie Sanders-supporting actress/progressive activist Susan Sarandon says that she received so many threatening, misogynistic messages from Hillary Clinton "trolls" that she had to change her phone number. "Following Bernie wasn't a protest." . "It was probably the easiest place to vote for Stein", the actress continued. "Bringing attention to working-class issues is not a luxury", she said of her decision.
In April, Sarandon said that the Trump administration had benefited America because, "People are really awake now because the cracks have let the light in". "Misogynistic attacks. Recently, I said "I stand with Dreamers" [children brought illegally to the United States, whose path to legal citizenship - an Obama-era provision - Trump has threatened to revoke] and that started another wave".
Trump took Twitter on November 26 to also talk about the 2016 presidential election. "Despite this I have the economy booming and have possibly done more than any 10 month President".