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“It’s a movie, Donald. It was a movie,” the actor said on an Australian morning show.

 

HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – Don’t call it a mutual-admiration society.

 

After Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump expressed his love for Star Wars: The Force Awakens star Harrison Ford — and, in particular, Ford’s role as U.S. President James Marshall in the 1997 movie Air Force One — Ford shared a special message for Trump with Australian television morning show Studio 10.

 

“It’s a movie, Donald. It was a movie,” he said. “It’s not like this in real life. But how would you know?”

 

Earlier in the interview, Ford had pretended to misunderstand Trump’s current political ambitions. “President? Oh, I thought it was resident,” he joked. “So, he’s not only going to live there, he’s going to run the show? That’s … not so much, no. I don’t think so.”

 

Watch the clip below, courtesy of Studio 10.



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