John Cusack suggests he will no longer speak to friends and family who aren’t ‘aggressively anti-Trump'

Jacob Stolworthy
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John Cusack has said he will no longer speak to friends and family members who are not "aggressively anti-Trump".

The actor, who has been vociferous in his criticism of the president, told his Twitter followers he is "blocking anyone" who is not working hard to remove Trump from the White House in November.

"I’m sure you’ve all been through it with some family co workers – or friends," he added. "Those who cannot see or choose not to see what [Trump] is, we are done talking – permanently."

He continued: "Sorry, no time for your BS."

Cusack's choice of opposition to Trump was Bernie Sanders, who failed to win Democratic nomination in June.

Joe Biden will take on Trump at the US election in November.

Earlier this year, the Say Anything actor used social media to document the protests that have arisen in the city in the wake of the death of George Floyd.

He claimed to have been "hit by pepper spray" by police after being caught filming the protests in Chicago.

John Cusack says he will no longer speak to friends and family who aren’t ‘aggressively anti-Trump’John MacDougall/Getty Images
John Cusack says he will no longer speak to friends and family who aren’t ‘aggressively anti-Trump’John MacDougall/Getty Images

In the video of the incident, also posted by Cusack, a police officer can be heard shouting at Cusack to move, alongside sounds of metal hitting metal.

He later pledged to “kick Trump’s loathsome Nazi ass out of the White House and into prison.”

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