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Johnny Depp had some words for Donald Trump while speaking to students at Arizona State University on Saturday. The actor spoke with theoretical physicist and Arizona State’s Origins Project founder Lawrence Krauss about “humanity in madness” before the conversation changed to Trump.
“There’s something created about him in the sense of bullydom, but what he is, I believe, is a brat,” said Depp about the GOP frontrunner, which drew laughs from the audience. Depp proceeded to give his best impression of Trump.
“Also the absurdity of where his sentences might travel. … Reagan back in the day, ‘Mr. Gorbachev, tear down that wall!’ Donald Trump, ‘I’m going to build a wall. And all of my billions are not going to have to pay for it. Because you know why? Mexico is going to pay for it.'”
Depp previously played Trump in a Funny or Die biopic based on Trump’s best-selling book, The Art of the Deal. Alfred Molina, Stephen Merchant, Michaela Watkins and Henry Winkler also made appearances in the video.
Watch the video below.
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