Ansel Elgort says he is unhappy with Donald Trump’s presidency, calls him a total mess

The Sony Pictures Entertainment India’s film is slated to release in India on June 30. “He’s a total mess. It’s hard when you have a life and things, but I would like to continue to help. 2017-06-26T14:21:38+00:00″>
Published:June 26, 2017 2:21 pm

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Asked if he has got more politically involved, Elgort said, “I feel as though I need to do more, and I think everyone can do more. I’m not happy with his presidency, but hopefully this is a big eye-opener and we’ll be able to not allow this to happen again. At the same time, it seems as though we had a bunch of eye-openers and people never learned. Maybe I’ll subsidise the arts or the schools or things that the (Republican) party is cutting,” Elgort said. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App He added, “That’s what makes us a good country. People need that stuff,” quoted Elgort as saying. Variety also reported that Lord Of The Rings actor, Ian McKellen also expressed his disappointment with Trump’s administration on LGBT rights. The biggest thing is him embarrassing us and cutting things that we need, cutting down social services. I’m a little lost. Learning about humans and realising that we continue to make the same mistakes over and over again.