Even Han Solo is confused by Donald Trump’s bid for the White House.
During an interview with Australia’s Studio 10, Harrison Ford broke the fourth wall to address Trump after being told the real-estate magnate "loved the way [Ford] stood up for America in Air Force One."
"It was a movie. It’s not like this in real life … but, how would you know," Ford said.
The action movie star’s stab at the GOP candidate’s campaign echoed the incredulous sentiment many are feeling after Trump proposed banning the entry of Muslims to the US. While Ford’s take was humorous, emotions are running the gamut.
In the wake of Trump’s proposal, notables from Mark Zuckerberg to Muhammed Ali have spoken out against Trump’s comments.
"What you’re hearing from Trump and other Republicans is absolutely, unequivocally wrong." Read Hillary's letter: https://t.co/UWQfE0F0hK— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) December 9, 2015
NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar tweeted a link to a piece he wrote for Time entitled "What Donald Trump and ISIS Have in Common." In his commentary, Abdul-Jabbar says that "Trump is ISIS’s greatest triumph: the perfect Manchurian Candidate who, instead of offering specific and realistic policies, preys on the fears of the public, doing ISIS’ job for them."
What Donald Trump & Isis have in common. https://t.co/ewGAo6C9RA— Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (@kaj33) December 9, 2015
FDR's granddaughter released a statement on Trump that says Japanese internment was a "terrible decision" pic.twitter.com/bDvvDbQIWv— Hunter Walker (@hunterw) December 10, 2015
Donald Trump recently said he might have supported the internment camps of WWII. I felt I had to respond, and in the best way I could.Posted by George Takei on Wednesday, December 9, 2015
I'm not surprised but I am saddened by the bigotry in politics rn. We are better than this hatred. I know we are. https://t.co/SDoqfmm16k— Rashida Jones (@iamrashidajones) December 8, 2015
Freedom of religion is a fundamental constitutional principle—a founding principle—of this country. https://t.co/lfJSMA2TAX— Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) December 8, 2015
I'm confused. Does Trump want to keep all Muslims out before or after he throws out all Mexicans?— Albert Brooks (@AlbertBrooks) December 8, 2015
One thing about Donald Trump - he is up front, direct and has bluntly told us what he would do if elected. Soon, it will b up to the voters.— Ari Fleischer (@AriFleischer) December 9, 2015