Matt Damon might be leaving the United States because of Trump
Matt Damon might be leaving the United States because of Trump
Matt Damon is Reportedly Moving His Family to Australia to Get Away From Trump
17 March, 2018, 12:22
"Matt's telling friends and colleagues in Hollywood that he's moving the family to Australia", an unnamed source told the outlet, which added that the reported decision to move his wife and four children is "because the activist actor disagrees with Trump's policies".
Cambridge-born Matt Damon is so fed up with President Donald Trump that the Oscar victor is buying a home in Australia for his family. Damon took the fam to Australia last April, when they hung out with the Hemsworth clan and endured a medical emergency after Damon's daughter Stella was stung by a jellyfish. Celebrated cellist Yo-Yo Ma will visit the Cambridge campus to give a lecture dubbed "Yo-Yo Ma: Culture, Understanding and Survival". "Matt's saying the move will not impact his work - as he will travel to wherever his projects are shooting", the source said.
But Gossip Cop and Boston.com quoted Damon's publicist, Jennifer Allen, "who quickly and firmly shot down the Post's report".
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However, Damon's publicist has said that these recent reports are completely false and that the actor is not moving his family to Australia. As for the bogus Trump angle, that aspect was seemingly concocted because the outspoken actor has voiced his disapproval of the president on several occasions. "To let that dude have the nuclear football, are you kidding me?"
Damon publicly criticized President Trump a year ago, labeling his comments in the wake of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va. The rumor stemmed from the fact that he is critical of Trump. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter in September 2017, Damon rightly called Trump's "many sides" comment in the wake of the violence of the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville to be "absolutely abhorrent".
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