Tim Allen had some harsh words for former president Bill Clinton and his wife and Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, likening them to herpes.
The 62-year-old actor talked to The Hollywood Reporter and answered questions about his long-running comedy sitcom, Last Man Standing.
One of the topics discussed in the interview was about politically incorrect jokes that the liberal writing staff writes for the show, which airs its 100th episode on Jan. 29, Friday. He was asked why he thinks the writers only write about Hillary Clinton in the political scene, and not Donald Trump.
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This is when Allen made the irreverent comparison, saying that he doesn’t think Trump will last in politics, unlike the Clintons, who he says are like herpes.
“Just when you think they’re gone, they show up again,” the actor said.
Just recently, the issue concerning the Clintons’ actions in trying to cover up the stories of different women resurfaced, and is now haunting the Democratic candidate.
As a promoter of women’s rights, Hillary faces scrutiny after she allegedly spearheaded the cover-up on Bill’s indiscretions and the mistreatment of the women he was involved with.
In addition to comparing the Clintons to a sexually transmitted disease, Tim Allen also shared his political inclinations and said that he will support any candidate as long as the “workload matches their b——t load.”
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He explained that political candidates have their b——t load and workload, and most of the time, only the bullsh-t load is presented during the campaign period. It is the workload that should be prioritized if the candidate wins.
Tim Allen also elaborated on what the Democratic presidential candidates are currently doing in their debates. According to him, these candidates are making promises to offer free amenities and other things, which would create more debt for the country.
The United States currently has almost $19 trillion of debt. He believes that whoever is able to cut down or completely pay off the debt would get his vote.
On the other hand, he believes Republican frontrunner Trump may be able to actually “do the stuff that really needs fixing.”
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He believes Trump does not mean everything he says, including throwing Mexicans back to their country or barring immigration for Muslims. Like what the Democrats are promising, he cannot promise these things as well.
“Forget the stupid s–t he says about immigrants. That’s just ignorant,” he said about the business tycoon.
However, because Trump is a businessman, he is better equipped in fighting the debt crisis that has plagued the United States for years.
“Give that guy the roads, bridges, infrastructure, power grid — just have him fix that s–t for four years. He’s good at that. And he’s a businessman so he understands how debt load works,” Tim Allen said.
The Santa Clause actor, however, said that he actually has his bet in the upcoming Republican primaries on Ohio Governor John Kasich. However, he thinks that he does not use as many provocative and promising words as his rivals do, which leaves him in the dust in national polls.
Kasich’s unorthodox playbook vaults him to second place in New Hampshire polls. https://t.co/wpk10SscjI
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Kasich currently has the support of two percent of Iowa caucus voters and 11 percent in New Hampshire.
As a result, Tim Allen said that Kasich would probably not win the Republican bid, and so the United States would “end up with somebody scary.”
Allen became popular on television due to his comedy series Home Improvement, which aired from 1991 to 1999. He is known for expressing his conservative thoughts and ideas on television.
Tim Allen Gets to Express His Political Views on His Show ‘Last Man Standing’
Tim Allen is also known for providing the voice of Buzz Lightyear, a fictional Toy Story character that became very popular in the 1990s.
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