Johnny Depp Thinks Donald Trump Is A Brat

Johnny Depp might not be at the forefront of this election year’s political discourse, but he isn’t without capitalization on this year’s particular brand of anal leakage, we’re still calling the GOP. Channeling his best Donald Trump–and he is an expert for his performance in Funny or Die‘s The Art of the Deal: The Movie–at a talk at Arizona State University, Depp used the Donald’s persona against him.

Mimicking the Donald, Depp decries the bully’s ongoing remarks:

Everything is mine. Even if I don’t own it.

Met with thunderous, like-minded, non-violent applause, Depp showcased what a Trump rally could look like amongst the civilized. Using Trump’s trademark nothing statements to continue to provoke applause, Depp took another jab at who could potentially be the next leader of the soil we live on:

I’m going to build a wall. A fabulous wall. And all of my billions are not going to pay for it… Mexico’s gonna pay for it.

It makes sense. Depp makes it all make sense. But the talk took a more serious analysis of our egomaniac, Depp uses all his pretentious brain power left he could muster to bestow this nugget of psychiatric wisdom:

There’s something creative about him in a sense of bullydom. But what he is, I believe, is a brat.

Awwww. Trump and I have something in common. I’ve been lauded all over the world for my creative efforts of passive aggression and ability to get what I want, when I want it. I think I need to revisit my psychiatrist.

And that’s what this election cycle boils down to.

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