Donald Trump Speaks Out, Retweets James Woods’ ‘Last Stand’ Tweet

by Jacklyn Krol
Donald Trump Last Stand Tweet

President Donald Trump retweeted a controversial tweet from James Woods regarding the presidential election. The actor claimed that Trump was our country’s “last defender” in the “last stand.”

The Tweet

“This is our last stand, folks,” Woods tweeted on August 12. “And here’s your last defender. If they take him down, America is gone forever. Vote for @realDonaldTrump like your life depends on it.”

Trump retweeted his tweet on August 14, adding “Thank you James. Sadly, you are 100% correct!!!”

See the tweet, below.

What James Woods Said About Donald Trump

On August 13, Woods sang his praises for creating new Middle East relationships and diplomatic ties. “This should be at the top of every masthead of every newspaper in America,” he wrote, adding a link to an article concerning Trump’s peace deal. “This is a Nobel Peace Prize truly earned. Congratulations, Mr. President.”

Woods has been outspoken in his support for Trump and his politics. “Let’s face it. Donald Trump is a rough individual,” he admitted in a tweet. “He is vain, insensitive and raw. But he loves America more than any President in my lifetime. He is the last firewall between us and this cesspool called Washington. I’ll take him any day over any of these bums. #Trump2020”

Furthermore, he has even expressed his distaste in former President Barack Obama. “Rough men stay the course,” he wrote. “Treachery, however, is the most dangerous enemy a leader can face. Even Caesar succumbed to it. Be wary. Stay strong. God bless. #ObamaGate”

Who is James Woods?

James Howard Woods is an actor and producer. He got his start on Broadway and has worked in film, television, and theater. He was even inducted into the prestigious Hollywood Walk of Fame on October 15, 1998.

Finally, you may recognize his voice from Disney’s Hercules as Hades or his roles in Vampires, The Virgin Suicides, or Videodrome. He has seven Emmy Awards under his belt and has been nominated nine times and won one Golden Globes Award.

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