The actor/artist and star of the “Ace Ventura” films suggested that Trump wasn’t a “real president” in the caption to his latest political artwork, which also called out Congress and urged people to vote:
“I beat Hillary Clinton easily,” Trump said during his widely-panned press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin this summer. “And frankly, we beat her ― and I’m not even saying from the standpoint ― we won that race. And it’s a shame that there can even be a little bit of a cloud over it.”
Carrey, star of the upcoming series “Kidding” on Showtime, recently spoke about his career and his attention-getting artwork with the Hollywood Reporter.
“I knew sooner or later I’d find a worthy way to use Twitter,” he said. “My manager used to be like, ‘Don’t do stuff on there. You’re fucking insane.’”
Carrey told the magazine he doesn’t have access to his own Twitter account, and at least three friends review every post.
He also said he plans to get more engaged in politics in real life as well as on Twitter.