Uh-oh. Donald Trump lost the Harrison Ford vote. Though Donald gushed over his performance in ‘Air Force One,’ Harrison told the delusional Republican presidential candidate to wake up because the movie is nothing like real life! Click to see.
Reality check for Donald Trump. The 69-year-old Republican presidential candidate swooned over Harrison Ford, 73, thanking him for standing up for America in the 1997 blockbuster, Air Force One. Uh, yeah — about that. Harrison had to drop some truth on his number one fan, reminding The Donald that it was just a film.
“It was a movie,” Harrison said when he heard Donald’s comments during a chat with the Australian television morning show, Studio 10, on Dec. 9, reports Entertainment Weekly. “Donald, it was a movie. It’s not like this in real life.” Yet, upon realizing whom he was talking to, Harrison’s expression turned serious. “But, how would you know?”
The man who played President James Marshall in the high altitude, high-tension action-thriller had to give the current Republican presidential front-runner a wake-up call. The Donald revealed his favorite cinematic president was “Harrison on the plane,” reports The New York Times. “I love Harrison Ford — and not just because he rents my properties. He stood up for America.”
Technically, President Marshal stood up to Gary Oldman’s Ivan Korshunov, famously telling the hijacker to “Get off my plane!” He did so because director Wolfgang Petersen told him to, not because Gary was actually a terrorist. Donald confusing Harrison for being a former-President isn’t so bad of a gaffe, considering The Daily Show reminded everyone that Donald has said he would happily date — and possibly have sex with — his daughter, Ivanka Trump.
— Studio 10 (@Studio10au) December 9, 2015
Despite Donald fanboying over Harrison, Han Solo is not throwing his support behind the former Celebrity Apprentice star. When told Don was running for President, Harrison joked, “Oh, I thought it was resident. So, he’s not only going to live there, he’s going to run the show? That’s — not so much, no. I don’t think so.”
Former president Ronald Reagan reportedly often confused his films with reality, according to Psychology Today. Perhaps Donald is just taking after his Republican role model? However, someone better clue Donald in that Sacha Baron Cohen is not really Borat, though after hearing Donald’s plans to ban all Muslims, he likely truly thinks The Donald is an “American racist.”
What do you think about Harrison’s comments, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Donald was confused?