In an interview with ‘Playboy’, the 64-year old actor who had made an appearance in a political ad, encouraging voters to “wake the f--k up and vote” for President Obama in the 2012 elections, called Obama “a safe dude”, but admitted that he wants him to “get scary”, the New York Daily News reported.
The ‘Django Unchained’ actor confessed that he also has an issue with the way the President speaks, when he was asked about the importance of good grammar.
He added that the politicians today are just trying to serve their party and their closed ideals instead of serving the people.
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