The “Inferno” star railed against the Republican presidential candidate and his horrific comments condoning sexual assault in a leaked 2005 audio recording revealed last week. Though Trump later brushed off his remarks as mere “locker-room talk,” Hanks said that the candidate’s comments were anything but.
“He was at work, man. He wasn’t in a locker room. He was at work. He was showing up to do a thing on camera,” Hanks told the Press Association during an interview for his new movie. “Look... I’m offended as a man. I’m not offended as a husband or a father. I’m offended as a guy.”
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