Renowned entertainer Barbra Streisand voiced her strong opposition to the prospect of former President Donald Trump securing a reelection in 2024, asserting that she “can’t live in this country” if he were to be elected again. Speaking on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Streisand expressed her preference for President Joe Biden, commending him for what she considers a commendable job and characterizing him as compassionate and intelligent.
In response to Colbert’s inquiry about her potential relocation if not in the United States, Streisand mentioned England, citing her fondness for the country. She further remarked on her perception of the current political climate in the United States, describing it as “bad.”
During the interview, Streisand addressed the concerning rise of antisemitism in the United States, expressing sadness over the situation. She emphasized the importance of people coexisting harmoniously despite differences in religion or other aspects, highlighting common human desires for love, family, and security. Streisand conveyed her worries about the global state, particularly referencing the hardships faced by children and mothers, transcending religious boundaries.
Regarding her new memoir, “My Name is Barbra,” Streisand critiqued President Trump as “completely unfit” for the role of commander in chief. In contrast, she lauded her friends Bill and Hillary Clinton as “the most appealing couple.”
The interview delved into the challenge of discussing personal achievements or career milestones against the backdrop of global issues. Streisand also conveyed her emotional response to the ongoing challenges in the world, expressing a concern that went beyond individual accomplishments.
bye bye BLABS, don’t let the door hit you on the way out
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