LOS ANGELES – In the last two years, Jim Carrey has been renowned for his own artwork by Donald Trump as chops. And that's pretty much like that.
"It's a canvas in social media," Carrey said at the Vulture Festival in Los Angeles on Sunday at Q & A with her & art credits Jerry Saltz. "And I think if it is used in that way to express the truth or what's in an art style, it's a beautiful thing."
The award-winning actor turned to Twitter among President Trump to show her political cartoons – president and his "minions", as Carrey publishes them.
Carrey said when he started to start off; using Twitter more politically, trying to kill people. "I was very stressful of my management, from people who were responsible [who] go, "Do not delete this," he said.
He reminded them that if "you're going to talk about politics, you'll miss half your listeners." A & # 39; respond to Carrey? "I'm saying, & # 39; Lost & # 39; em. & # 39;"
It seems that many of its fans do not remember political activity, since Carrey still has 18.1 million fans still on stage – and lines of people are still in the middle of the world. Waiting to get into the Vulture Fair sale panel.
Much of the panel involved in Carrey's breakdown of her & # 39; inspiration behind his cartoon.
"Trump is a melanoma and anyone who has a cover, including Sarah Sanders, has been adding to it," said Carrey . "These people need to be removed from our system because they're bad for us."
Some of those "people" mentioned and featured in his pieces include: Chief Executive's Chief Executive Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), On the Carrey was named as "a poison in our system that we need to clean," and Deputy Chief Mike Pence said, "said Carrey," he said, "he is completely uncertain."
But it's not an important exercise.
Carrey recently appeared on Beto O & Rourke. "Born star," wrote in a tweet accompanying a sketch of the U.S. Democratic Senate candidate, who lost his claim to the Old GOP Ted Cruz in Texas.
During a panel, he said "I would like to see" Beto O Rourke and Kamala Harris "as a democratic president ticket in 2020.
"I think it's amazing, and it's a really amazing man."