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Dennis Quaid says ‘weaponization of the justice system’ pushed him to vote for ‘a–hole’ Trump

Former President Donald Trump is on a roll as he turns even Hollywood red as the actor Dennis Quaid proudly declares he is voting for Trump in November.

In an interview with Piers Morgan, Quaid remarked, “I myself, I think I’m going to vote for him in the next election.”

“Yes, I am.” Morgan then asked, “Are you ready for the blowback that inevitably comes with Trump?”

“This election everybody’s gonna take a side or whatever, but it just makes sense. I was ready not to vote for Trump until what I saw is, more than politics, I see a weaponization of our justice system. And a challenge to our Constitution, that as Americans, I don’t think we’re gonna have,” the actor argued.

The host also asked Morgan if one has to like Trump to vote for him, to which the actor answered that he cringed at some of Trump’s previous remarks, “but as president… the only thing I liked about Trump was everything he did.”

Quaid previously starred in the Hollywood blockbusters “Traffic,” and “Dragonheart.” He will also portray President Ronald Reagan in his biopic, which will premiere in August.

“Trump is the most investigated person probably in the history of the world and they haven’t been able to really get him on anything,” Quaid further said.

Even Morgan thinks that the lawsuit against Trump on his alleged hush money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels is “pathetic” and that it does not matter.

Before admitting that he would vote for the presumptive Republican nominee, Quaid exclaimed that politics caused extreme division among Americans and highlighted that we need to come together.

Quaid quoted Abraham Lincoln: “We really need to remind ourselves of the better angels of our own nature.”

“And learn to work together, and disagree, but have a civil conversation about it that 30-40 years ago we had liberal Republicans, we had conservative Democrats, and there was much more across the aisle,” he added.

Quaid cited how Ronald Reagan met with Democratic leader Tip O’ Neill, he said, “They were bitter enemies during work hours, but they worked it out.”

In 2020, the Hollywood star also made headlines when he praised the then-president for his Covid-19 pandemic response.

“I think the president is handling it in a good way. We see him on television every day, he’s involved, and the travel ban early on was a great idea — which he did in spite of protest about that,” Quaid remarked.

“I think this might be an opportunity for the country to come together again.”

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