Seinfeld Actor Talks About What It’s Like To Be A Trump Supporter In Hollywood (VIDEO)

You may remember actor John O’Hurley as the character J. Peterman on Seinfeld. It turns out he’s a Trump supporter. He appeared on FOX and Friends this week and talked about what that’s like of you live and work in Hollywood.

News Busters reported:

Seinfeld Actor: ‘People Get Viscerally Angry At Me’ for Supporting Trump

It’s rare to find a conservative in Hollywood. It’s even more rare to find one that isn’t completely shunned for their beliefs.

Actor John O’Hurley (Seinfeld) made a guest appearance on Fox and Friends on October 19 to promote his film, Swing Away, but also to talk about supporting Trump, NFL protests, and liberal Hollywood reacting to Harvey Weinstein.

Ainsley Earhardt: What about your Hollywood friends? They probably don’t agree with you.

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O’Hurley: Gosh, you know, every time I have mentioned that I supported Trump in this election, I — I mean, people get viscerally angry at me. And they don’t believe that its possible that someone might think differently than they do.

Kilmeade: Do you have friends that say, he is not my president?

O’Hurley: Yes. Yes I do.

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Kilmeade: How about I make it easier. Do you have any that don’t say he is not my president?

O’Hurley: It’s a very small–no there is a band of conservatism in Hollywood. But it’s — it leans so much to one side that it doesn’t allow for free discussion. Now, fortunately, I have a dear friend of mine, Bryan Cranston, who is one of the sweetest men in the business.”

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Bravo to him for standing up for his beliefs!



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