Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence has two words for Donald Trump

Jennifer Lawrence has positioned herself at the forefront of Hollywood's ongoing war against Donald Trump.

Appearing on The Graham Norton Show, the 25-year-old Oscar-winning actress recounted an incident where she attempted to hunt down the Republican Party's "presumptive" nominee to deliver him a bespoke message.

"I was at a concert where I heard he was attending, so I had my full security team, I was like 'find Donald Trump,'" she said.

"I was adamant on finding him and making a video of me going, 'Hey Trump, f**k you!'"

"I wouldn't rest until he was found and I think he knew I was looking for him," she added.

The comment won applause from fellow guests, including Johnny Depp, who himself has had a few run-ins in political figures, including Barnaby Joyce, over his wife failing to declare their dogs entry into Australia.

"I wouldn't rest until he was found and I think he knew I was looking for him.''

 

Earlier, the show featured an image of Depp as Donald Trump.

"I never thought I wanted to kill Johnny Depp before,'' she quipped.

"I can only say you should,'' Depp replied, laughing.

Lawrence has made her views about Trump known in the past. "My view on the election is pretty cut-and-dried," she told Vogue back in October. "If Donald Trump is president of the United States, it will be the end of the world".

Although Lawrence was raised as a Republican, she has stopped supporting the party because she says they do not espouse women's rights.  



No new Qld cases as Europe wave soars

Premium Content No new Qld cases as Europe wave soars

Qld records no new COVID cases as Europe’s second wave worsens

STATE ELECTION 2020: Your must-read guide before voting

Premium Content STATE ELECTION 2020: Your must-read guide before voting

Your full breakdown of Southern Downs candidates’ campaigns, promises, and more...

Labor accused of giving voters’ private details to unions

Premium Content Labor accused of giving voters’ private details to unions

Personal details of a number of people has allegedly been shared