Actor Bryan Cranston Defends Trump

Actor Bryan Cranston made some surprisingly harsh remarks toward President Donald Trump’s biggest critics.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the “Breaking Bad” star said that anyone who doesn’t want Trump to succeed is not hoping for the best for the country.

When asked if his views regarding the president have changed in the past year, he admitted that Trump was not the candidate he wanted to see in the White House.

However, Cranston had a message for those who want the president to fail:

“To that person I would say, f*** you. Why would you want that? So you can be right?”

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Exactly. Those who want the president to fail just because they don’t like him, obviously don’t have the country’s best interests at heart.

Cranston went on to say he wanted to president to succeed, adding he would support anyone who had good ideas that might help the country.

“I don’t care if you’re a Republican and I’m a Democrat or whatever, I don’t care. A good idea’s a good idea. Let’s do that,” Cranston said.

“We’ve got to get away from this idea that our country is a political football, and someone with a different opinion is the enemy. Assume they love this country as much as you do, and there’s always room for improvement. How can we make it better?” he added.

It’s a shame that more people don’t feel the same way as Cranston does about their fellow Americans.

Democrats and elite Republicans alike seem to be bent on stifling Trump’s efforts to make the country great again.

Cranston hasn’t been a fan of Trump’s in the past. In fact, at one point he said he would move out of the country if Trump won the election.

Moreover, in an interview with the U.K.’s Channel 4 News earlier this month, the actor expressed worry about Trump’s presidency, and said he thought the president had an “illness.”

That was a ridiculous thing to say, and it’s good to see Cranston taking a different perspective.

There’s little doubt that the actor will catch some flak from some Hollywood elites, who are still living in denial about Trump’s victory and what that victory says about the political climate in the country.


  • Kevin Padfield

    It seems to me that he wants what’s best for the country. And despite the fact that he and I might differ on just exactly what that is, I respect him for doing that instead of saying that if Trump has an idea then it’s automatically bad.

  • Jack Cameron

    Cranston is absolutely correct in saying that anybody that wants Trump to fail is not for the United States to succeed because whether they like it or not Trump is the commander-in-chief of this country for now and if he fails that means bad news for the United States.

    • Dan DePriest

      Let’s get some civic perspective here. I voted for Trump, but, sorry, he’s NOT Commander in Chief of the country. That title is strictly military. Actually, though his title is President of the United States, that doesn’t mean he presides over the whole country or even the whole federal government. He is precisely the CEO of the executive branch of the federal government. That’s what he’s president of. So he presides over all the employees and agencies of the executive branch. He’s not even “our” president if we aren’t his employees because he is actually OUR employee.

  • Linda Faye White

    To me he’s a good improvement compare too the last one . He’s bringing jobs back to the US .

  • Gene A Daniel

    all u actors and liberals u have made big on ur portfolios and stock investments u can thank trump and support him for no other man in the us can do this be smart and wise support him

  • Tony Barreda

    Trump is the worst representation of America. As a serial liar, bully, bigot and a divider of a once stronger and united Country has changed the thoughts of many. It has changed from pride to shamefu. I had prayed that he would do well by all the people, but he cannot change. He is giving politics an even worse small. His lies are not telling how it is, his abusive talk about women is not telling how it is, his chiding of handicaps is not how it should be.

    • Dealer

      Still much better for us than that corrupt lying criminal Hillary. How anyone that pays any attention to what’s going on is not relieved she is not the president is beyond my comprehension.

      • Tony Barreda

        Trump and Clinton actually deserve each other. One lost and the other is a loser. Two of the worst candidates in history. One is present day serial liar and the other is a liar. We can do better.

        • Donald Welsh

          Care to elaborate on President Trump lying?

    • Oscar Pearson

      You are smoking something!

    • ipsd48

      Care to tell us how the country was ‘united’ under Obama? Or isn’t that part of your propaganda?

      • Tony Barreda

        It’s right in your face but you choose to ignore. Open your mind and look what is happening in our Country,

        • ipsd48

          Oh yeah. Massive increase in riots, ‘polar bear hunting’ , 27% increase in cops assassinated. Antifa, BLM, New Black Panthers. If that’s what you call ‘united’ I’m not buying any.

  • Oscar Pearson

    About time!

  • Charlottelearn

    Trump is great. Enough hate propaganda. Alec Baldwin appears to be portraying himself and possibly projecting his own tipsy behavior onto Trump who has been sober all his life. Baldwin is not funny his impression act projects hate. Reminds me of when he was caught calling his daughter a PIG. Maybe he should channel his F’d up anger issues towards his therapist- if he doesnt have one he should get one and drag the SNL Canadian producer with him for allowing him to be such a sick exhibitionist. Really gross performance. Why is Hollywood so perverse??? OMG GROSSSS!