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Mia Farrow: ‘Trump will hurt as many people as possible’

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Mia Farrow: ‘Trump will hurt as many people as possible’

We know the actress Mia Farrow for her advocacy and her vocal political stance.

She has been a vocal critic of current President Donald Trump for a long time and during the impeachment trial had remained firm in her stance against the President.

Mia Farrow roasts Trump

Mia Farrow has again called Trump in a recent tweet, saying that he is “in a rage.”

It comes after Farrow called for Attorney General William Barr to continue working under Trump’s presidency.

Barr said in a recent interview with ABC News that Trump never asked him to do anything in criminal proceedings.

He said, “However, having public statements and tweets made about the department, about our people in the department, about our men and women here, about cases pending in the department.”

“And about judges before whom we have cases, makes it impossible for me to do my job. And to assure the departmental courts and prosecutors that we do our work with integrity.”

Farrow then quote-tweeted PBS News ‘ report on the interview, writing, “AG Barr, given that this president won’t improve, and assuming your statement is true — that it’s” impossible “to work, there’s one honorable act left to you — resign.”

Trump then commented on the matter, commenting on Barr’s remarks during the interview. “This doesn’t mean I don’t have, it doesn’t mean that I don’t have.

Farrow then tweeted that Trump “is in anger,” adding, “He will hurt as many people as he can.”

Farrow also commented on Trump’s comments about Andrew McCabe, former Deputy Director of the Federal Investigation Bureau (FBI).

Retweeting Rachel Maddow’s tweet quoting McCabe saying about Trump, “I don’t think I’ll ever be free from this president and his manic rage. He’s directed at me and my wife,” Farrow wrote, “How many innocent families will suffer this before Trump gets done?”

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