Johnny Depp has a History of Reeking Political Havoc, Apologizes for Bad Joke

Johnny Depp Apology

Johnny Depp Apologizes for Trump Joke!

“I apologize People It did not come out as intended, and I intended no malice. I was only trying to amuse, not to harm anyone.”

Actor Johnny Depp has a history disdain for the White House.

Depp, who’s taking heat for his Trump assassination crack, was at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. back in January 1988 during the Reagan administrator where he  was attended a  ceremony for the fight against AIDS.

Johnny — who was the star of “21 Jump Street,” started clowning almost from the get-go. During a private tour, he picked his nose at the podium in the Press Room and flipped off the camera outside the gate.  Needless to say…his behavior wasn’t amusing to those present.

While speaking to fans on Thursday at the screening of his 2004 movie The Libertine, Depp asked “When was the last time an actor assassinated a President?”

It is just a questionI’m not insinuating anything,” Depp, 54, assured the crowd. “By the way, this is going to be in the press. It will be horrible. I like that you are all a part of it.

I want to clarify, I’m not an actor,” Depp added. “I lie for a living.

Political and religious views:

Depp stated to the German magazine Stern in 2003 that “America is dumb, is something like a dumb puppy that has big teeth—that can bite and hurt you, aggressive.”  Although he later asserted that the magazine misquoted him and his words were taken out of context, Stern stood by its story, as did CNN.com in its coverage of the interview. CNN added his remark that he would like his children “to see America as a toy, a broken toy. Investigate it a little, check it out, get this feeling and then get out.”  The July 17, 2006 edition of Newsweek reprinted the “dumb puppy” quotation, verbatim, in the context of a Letter to the Magazine. Depp has also disagreed with subsequent media reports that perceived him as a “European wannabe”, saying that he liked the anonymity of living in France while in a relationship with Paradis and his simpler life there. Depp became a U.S. resident again in 2011, because France wanted him to become a permanent resident, which he said would require him to pay income tax in both countries.

On the October 16, 2011 episode of Larry King Live, when asked if he had faith, Depp replied, “Yes. I have faith in my kids. And I have—I have faith, you know, that as long as you keep moving forward, just keep walking forward, things will be all right, I suppose, you know. Faith in terms of religion, I don’t—religion is not my specialty, you know.”

At the Glastonbury Festival, Depp brought up U.S. President Donald Trump. Depp then controversially said “When was the last time an actor assassinated a President?”, before saying “I want to clarify: I’m not an actor. I lie for a living. However, it’s been awhile and maybe it’s time.” He then said that he was “not insinuating anything.” The comment seemed to reference John Wilkes Booth, the actor who assassinated Abraham Lincoln. Shawn Holtzclaw of the Secret Service told CNN that they were “aware” of Depp’s comment, but said “For security reasons, we cannot discuss specifically nor in general terms the means and methods of how we perform our protective responsibilities.” The next day, Depp apologized for making these remarks, saying, “It did not come out as intended, and I intended no malice. I was only trying to amuse, not to harm anyone.”

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American Majority CEO Ned Ryun and The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway on actor Johnny Depp’s apology to President Trump and Hillary Clinton’s tweet about the GOP health care bill.

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