Pierce Brosnan slams American President George W. Bush, he would vote for Kerry if he could

Actor News - 08-06-04
James Bond is normally best known for defending political leaders but 007 star Pierce Brosnan has taken a very public pop at US President George W. Bush, reports Yahoo Movie News.

The Irish actor, who is based in America, was recently asked his opinion of the current boss at the White House and his response certainly wasn't one M would be proud of.

"It is such a shame. Since this man came to power, there has been so much pain and fear. You know you want to believe in leaders, really believe in leaders. You want what they are saying to be truthful and you want to trust them. I find it very hard to believe and trust him, " Pierce told Metro.



The actor also revealed that he's rooting for Senator John Kerry in November's election, saying "I can't vote. I'm not an American citizen. But I am certainly for Kerry. Something happened in the US with this government, that's all I can say."

Thanks to `Pinky` for the alert.

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