Mila Kunis Defends Refugees Against Donald Trump: "I'm Not Going to Blow This Country Up"

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The actress, who'll next be seen in 'Bad Moms,' explains to Glamour that her family came to the U.S. on a religious-refugee visa.

Mila Kunis is baffled by Donald Trump's outlook on refugees coming to America. 

The 32-year-old actress, best known for her work in TedThat '70s Show and as the voice of Meg on Family Guy, recently told Glamour magazine her family came to the U.S. on a religious-refugee visa "and I’m not going to blow this country up."

Kunis said she pays taxes and is not taking anything away by being a part of the country. Kunis' family is from Ukraine.

"So the fact that people look at what’s happening and are like, ‘Pfft, they’re going to blow shit up’? It saddens me how much fear we’ve instilled in ourselves," she told Glamour of the suggestion by the presumptive GOP presidential nominee to block Syrian refugees from entering the U.S. over terrorist concerns. 

As far as Trump's proposed wall along the Mexico border, Kunis told the magazine, "There’s no point. It’s a really great sound bite."

She added, "And it got him far. Nobody should be mad at him; we did it to ourselves.”