Mickey Rourke calls Donald Trump a ‘big-mouth b**** bully’

Adding he’d like ’30 seconds in the room’ with the presidential hopeful 

Donald Trump might be on top of the Republican Party polls as he vies for the US Presidential seat in 2016.

But Mickey Rourke is no fan of the real estate mogul turned Apprentice reality star and he was very open about it while leaving Mr Chow in Beverly Hills on Wednesday.

The 63-year-old Eighties idol told TMZ, ‘Tell Donald Trump to go f*** himself – he’s nothing but a big mouth b**** bully!’

Not a fan: Mickey Rourke called Donald Trump names while leaving Mr Chow in Beverly Hills on Wednesday, according to TMZ; here the actor is seen in April

Not a fan: Mickey Rourke called Donald Trump names while leaving Mr Chow in Beverly Hills on Wednesday, according to TMZ; here the actor is seen in April

Fighting words: The 63-year-old Nineties idol told TMZ , 'Tell Donald Trump to go f*** himself - he's nothing but a big mouth b**** bully!'; here the Apprentice star is seen on Wednesday

Fighting words: The 63-year-old Nineties idol told TMZ , ‘Tell Donald Trump to go f*** himself – he’s nothing but a big mouth b**** bully!’; here the Apprentice star is seen on Wednesday

The Wrestler actor added, ‘And I’d love to have 30 seconds in the room with the little b****, all right?’

The Iron Man 2 actor is a trained boxer who has been in the ring professionally many times.

When the TMZ reporter asked who the Sin City star does like in the POTUS run, he replied, ‘I like the doctor, ugh, the black dude.’

When the journalist asked if Rourke meant ‘the neurosurgeon,’ Mickey said, ‘I like him, yeah.’

He wants to take on The Donald: The Wrestler actor added, 'And I'd love to have 30 seconds in the room with the little b****, all right?' The Iron Man 2 actor is a trained boxer

He wants to take on The Donald: The Wrestler actor added, ‘And I’d love to have 30 seconds in the room with the little b****, all right?’ The Iron Man 2 actor is a trained boxer

The star wore a black jacket over a purple shirt and his grey hair was unstyled. He exited the hot spot alone.

Though Mickey was an icon in the Eighties with such hits as 1981’s Body Heat, 1982’s Diner, 1983’s Rumble Fish, 1984’s The Pope Of Greenwich Village, 1985’s The Year Of The Dragon, followed by his smash success, 1986’s Nine 1/2 Weeks (he also won kudos for his turn in 1987’s Barfly), he continues to make films.

This year he has appeared in Skin Traffik, Ashby, War Pigs and Blunt Force Trauma.

The New York native is also part of the Sin City and Iron Man franchises.

Losing points: On Thursday Trump failed to correct one of his supporters who called President Barack Obama a Muslim and a foreigner at a rally. The real estate mogul opened his event in Rochester, New Hampshire, by inviting supporters to ask him questions. 'Make them vicious, violent, terrible questions,' he said

Losing points: On Thursday Trump failed to correct one of his supporters who called President Barack Obama a Muslim and a foreigner at a rally. The real estate mogul opened his event in Rochester, New Hampshire, by inviting supporters to ask him questions. ‘Make them vicious, violent, terrible questions,’ he said

On Thursday Trump failed to correct one of his supporters who called President Barack Obama a Muslim and a foreigner at a rally.

The real estate mogul opened his event in Rochester, New Hampshire, by inviting supporters to ask him questions. ‘Make them vicious, violent, terrible questions,’ he said.

‘We have a problem in this country. It’s called Muslims,’ began the first question of the night at Trump’s event.

‘You know our current president is one. You know he’s not even an American. We have training camps growing where they want to kill us. That’s my question, when can we get rid of them?’

Despite the fact the president is a Christian who was born in Hawaii, Trump declined to correct the unidentified audience member.

He asked the crowd, however: ‘We need this question? This is the first question?’

His vote goes to... : When the TMZ reporter asked who the Sin City star does like in the POTUS run, he replied, 'I like the doctor, ugh, the black dude.' When the journalist asked if Rourke meant 'the neurosurgeon,' Mickey said, 'I like him, yeah'; here the star is seen in April

His vote goes to… : When the TMZ reporter asked who the Sin City star does like in the POTUS run, he replied, ‘I like the doctor, ugh, the black dude.’ When the journalist asked if Rourke meant ‘the neurosurgeon,’ Mickey said, ‘I like him, yeah’; here the star is seen in April

The reality star, who famously challenged Obama to produce his birth certificate, responded: ‘A lot of people are saying that and a lot of people are saying that bad things are happening out there. We’re going to be looking at that and a lot of different things.’

Another man in the audience then stood and said: ‘I applaud the gentleman who stood and said Obama is a Muslim born abroad and about the military camps, everyone knows that.’

Trump replied, ‘right,’ before turning to another questioner.

Among outraged reactions, Twitter users have been sharing a Vine of seemingly the only person in the audience who shakes their head as the question is asked.

Hillary Clinton also joined the storm of anger, tweeting: ‘Donald Trump not denouncing false statements about POTUS & hateful rhetoric about Muslims is disturbing, & just plain wrong. Cut it out.’

In his heyday: The New York native played an emotionally bankrupt businessman in Nine 1/2 Weeks

In his heyday: The New York native played an emotionally bankrupt businessman in Nine 1/2 Weeks

The film had a cult following: The Eighties movie also starred Kim Basinger as the bombshell

The film had a cult following: The Eighties movie also starred Kim Basinger as the bombshell

Trump has since responded to the uproar by issuing a statement to the Washington Post.

‘The media wants to make this issue about Obama. The bigger issue is that Obama is waging a war against Christians,’ he said. ‘Christians need support in this country. Their religious liberty is at stake.’

His campaign team has since claimed Trump did not hear the man’s question clearly.

Nonetheless, his answer, and failure to correct the man, lies in stark contract with Senator John McCain’s response to a similar question on the campaign trail in 2008.

Movie man: Though Mickey was an icon in the Eighties with such hits as 1981's Body Heat, he continues to make films. This year he has appeared in Skin Traffik, Ashby, War Pigs and Blunt Force Trauma

Movie man: Though Mickey was an icon in the Eighties with such hits as 1981’s Body Heat, he continues to make films. This year he has appeared in Skin Traffik, Ashby, War Pigs and Blunt Force Trauma

A supporter of the Republican nominee said, ‘frankly we’re scared of an Obama presidency.’

McCain responded: ‘I want to be President of the United States and I obviously do not want Sen. Obama to be, but I have to tell you, I have to tell you, he is a decent person and a person that you do not have to be scared of as President of the United States.’

However, Trump remains one of the most prominent challengers to Obama’s legitimacy as an American leader – questioning his nationality as recently as this summer.

In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper in July, he said he ‘doesn’t know’ if Obama was born in the United States.

President Obama was born to an American mother and Kenyan father in Hawaii.

 

 

Source: Daily Mail

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