Tracy Morgan: Charlie Sheen Is 'Making a Fool of Himself'

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He calls the actor an “asshole” whose “kids are going to suffer and don't even know it because this is a cycle of abuse.”

Tracy Morgan is no stranger to controversy,  but even he says Charlie Sheen has crossed the line with his recent on stage antics.

“Charlie Sheen ain't funny to me,” Morgan tells PopEater. “I think that's a train wreck and I feel bad for his two little kids because they're the bodies being pulled out of the train wreck. What's going to happen to them? But everybody thinks it's a joke. While this asshole is going on stage making a fool of himself his kids are going to suffer and don't even know it because this is a cycle of abuse.”
Morgan also takes on potential presidential candidate Donald Trump, who has been questioning President Obama’s U.S. citizenship
“Tell him I've got it and it's in Brooklyn and if he wants to see it come and get it,” he says, referring to Obama’s birth certificate. “Let's see if his ass will come down to Brooklyn and get it. He needs to leave the President alone, he's the President. Come on man nobody got no time for Donald Trump. Go build buildings, go play with your Lego set. We don't give any credence to that.”
But he isn’t hurling insults the entire interview.
He praises Alec Baldwin, his costar on NBC’s 30 Rock.
Despite Baldwin’s recent remarks in the press that that the Emmy-winning sitcom is ending next year, Morgan says, “I don't know what's going on with Alec. You have to ask Alec. I'm staying and I haven't heard anything about Alec leaving. The show is going on. We did 100 episodes. That don't happen no more with TV shows. We've done a mission. We've accomplished our obligation to the world of comedy. We'll be on five times a week starting this September and that's awesome. Alec didn't tell anyone he was leaving; we're still on a mission. We're fine, we're still in shape. Trust me you're hearing it from the horse's mouth, I don't care what the media is saying.”