Hollywood movie maker Judd Apatow stated recently amid Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit in Beverly Hills that after spending eight months in office, President Trump “is not showing that he’s learning as a president how to behave.”
“I think we’ve revealed how horrible people can be,” the Girls co-maker said. Then he added.
“And I think through social media, we’ve energized the worst of a lot of people’s instincts. So I think it’s more of a Pandora’s Box that’s going to get worse and worse.”
Apatow — a regular critic of Trump, shockingly compared Trump’s election to being “raped”.
“For storytelling, you always want to start with somebody with a problem and try to see if they can learn something from it, so you want your characters to be flawed and the more flawed the better,” Apatow also stated.
“I think the issue with Trump is that he’s descending deeper and deeper into a pit of craziness that is not showing that he’s learning as a president how to behave,”
“It’s not like he went to Texas and Florida and visited people in the disaster areas and then went to Puerto Rico and behaved like a normal human being.”
The movie director also thinks that Trump may incite North Korea’s tyrant Kim Jong-un into atomic war.
“We all go, ‘Maybe he’ll talk to North Korea like that.’ “