Asked how she feels about the state of her country and how it’s changed over the past year, JLaw told Channel 4 News: ‘It’s scary. This new language that’s forming, I don’t even recognize it. It’s also scary to know — it’s been proven through science — that climate change is due to human activity and we continue to ignore it, and the only voice we really have through voting. And we voted, and it’s really startling.
‘You’re watching these hurricanes now and — especially while promoting this movie — it’s hard not to feel Mother Nature’s rage, wrath.’
She continued: ‘It’s really polarizing and upsetting. I’ve heard things and seen things on TV in my own country that devastate me and make me sick and it’s just really confusing.’
Then JLaw was asked what she thinks about Trump.
She held back, back said: ‘I don’t find him confusing, I think I know exactly what he is. You have to feel hope, you can’t just fall into despair.
‘But a producer on the movie called this film, “an impotent howl of rage”. It’s like a helpless howl to the moon, like, it’s just an assault.’
Her comments were met with anger by Trump supporters who have called to boycott
Hurricane Irma has claimed more than ten lives so far.
It’s the most powerful Atlantic hurricane in US history.
The National Hurricane Center says some fluctuations in strength are likely over the next day or two but Irma is expected to stay a category four storm.
Just before 5am on Friday, the hurricane was centered about 55 miles northwest of Great Inagua Island and 495 miles southeast of Miami — which is going to be hit the hardest when it arrives on Saturday night going into Sunday.
Irma left a wake of devastation in Turks and Caicos Islands early on Friday.
Communications went down as the storm slammed into the islands.
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