Scott Baio: Hillary Clinton Will Take Away Hollywood's "Toys" If Elected
The former 'Happy Days' actor, of course, is a Donald Trump supporter.
Scott Baio says it is time for Hollywood to realize Donald Trump is the presidential candidate Tinseltown should be backing.
The actor, best known for his work on Happy Days, its spinoff Joanie Loves Chachi and Charles in Charge, said in a recent interview with Fox News' Greta Van Susteren that Hollywood will be sorry if Hillary Clinton is elected to the White House.
"Hollywood votes the way Hollywood votes," Baio said. "They are predominantly liberals. And I can't understand why, because Hillary Clinton is basically a socialist, and if they want all of their toys taken away from them eventually, then you vote for her.
The 55-year-old actor told Van Susteren that in his opinion, the presumptive GOP presidential candidate did not need to change a thing to be more appealing to Hollywood.
"I think Donald Trump's message is the guy doesn't have to change anything because he doesn't pander," Baio said before blasting Clinton even more. "I think she's a horrible candidate. I think she's a bad human being. I think she's crooked and corrupt. And I think a lot of people are finding that out, and they aren't going to want to be involved with her."
Baio announced in March that he was endorsing Trump. He said then the decision was simple.
"He speaks like I speak. He communicates with people very well," he said. "I want him, as any one person can do, to go into Washington and blow it up."
Baio is among a number of Trump supporters in Hollywood, a list that also includes Jon Voight, Duck Dynasty's Willie Robertson, Ted Nugent, Kid Rock and Stephen Baldwin.