"I did think she was very, very unsafe", Sarandon told The Guardian. Like, you know, 'We really don't want a woman commander in chief, ' " she said.
This was one of the main complaints about Hillary from the Sanders wing of the party, i.e. she was considered too hawkish because of her past support for the Iraq War. Are you going to do something?' And she said she's just so worn out.
Traditionally criticized by the right for her calls for social and economic justice at home and a non-interventionist foreign policy overseas, Sarandon noted that today, she is attacked exclusively by the Clinton-supporting left.
"I got from Hillary people, "I hope your crotch is grabbed", 'I hope you're raped, '" she tells The Guardian, referring to Trump's infamous 2005 hot-mic video in which he says he can get away with grabbing women's genitals because he's a TV star.
Bali volcano erupts again
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On the subject of the Hollywood casting couch which is very much in the news, Susan Sarandon recalled that she was lucky that no executive ever forced himself on her after she turned down such overtures.
Actress Susan Sarandon said she has no regrets regarding her decision to not vote for Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election.
Sarandon also said "some of my gay friends were like, 'Oh, I just feel bad for [Clinton].' And I said, 'She's not authentic. It wouldn't be much smoother", Sarandon said. She's an opportunist.' And then I'm like: "'OK, let's not talk about it any more'". "Look what happened under Obama that we didn't notice", she says when asked about the Trump administration's approach to immigration policy, particularly with regards to young, undocumented Dreamers. According to the Guardian, Susan Sarandon has also been accused of failing to check her white privilege. Which was sneakily. He deported more people than have been deported now. "I think of myself as a humanist, because I think it's less alienating to people who think of feminism as being a load of strident bitches", she quipped. "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".
Susan Sarandon is still sooo not sorry she voted for Jill Stein and she doesn't care who knows it.