What Martin Sheen Had To Say About ‘Commander-In-Chief Yellow Hair’ Will Make You Cheer

If, like me, you loved The West Wing when it was on television or in syndication, then you probably think Martin Sheen would make the ideal president. He’s outspoken, compassionate, and not afraid to take an unpopular stand on an issue.




Sheen is again in the spotlight thanks to an interview he gave to The Guardian. And he let it be known that he has no kind words for the current alleged president. When asked what his greatest fear was, Sheen replied:

“The destruction of the environment.”

When you consider that Trump appointed a person–Scott Pruitt–to head the EPA, Sheen’s fears are certainly warranted. While Attorney General of Oklahoma, Pruitt sued the EPA on numerous occasions, and the federal budget Trump submitted on Thursday would cut the agency by nearly a third, 31 percent.

The 76-year-old actor was also asked what living person he most despises, and wasted no time retorting:

“Our current commander-in-chief, Yellow Hair.”

Asked when he had last cried, Sheen said:

“After the initial travel ban debacle, I wept with joy at all the good people who came out against this fascistic edict.”

This isn’t the first time Sheen has aggressively attacked Trump. In August of 2016, he told The Hollywood Reporter that Trump was an “empty-headed moron” who “has absolutely nothing to offer us.” And Sheen added that he found Trump to be scary, also remarking:

“Don Trump has been around for a very long time. He’s a very self-centered promoter.”




How very true! Donald Trump is a narcissist and cares only about himself. He’s also a textbook sociopath who cannot feel anything for another person, only himself. This man may well be the most dangerous leader since Joseph Stalin. And let’s never forget that Stalin himself once had this to say:

“A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic.”

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Andrew Bradford is a single father who lives in Atlanta. A member of the Christian Left, he has worked in the fields of academia, journalism, and political consulting. His passions are art, music, food, and literature. He believes in equal rights and justice for all. To see what else he likes to write about, check out his blog at Deepleftfield.info.

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