Mila Kunis apparently won’t be pulling the lever for Donald Trump come November.
The former “That ’70s Show” star took aim at Trump in an interview with Glamour, blasting the presumptive GOP nominee for his stance on refugees and immigrants.
The 32-year-old actress, who said that her family came to America from the Ukraine on a religious-refugee visa when she was a child, took aim at Trump and other political candidates who take an “America: Just Leave It” attitude toward immigrants and refugees.
“The whole Syrian-refugee thing — we came here on a religious-refugee visa, and I’m not going to blow this country up,” Kunis said. “I’m clearly paying taxes. I’m not taking anything away.”
The actress went on to address calls to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, another plank in Trump’s platform.
“It saddens me how much fear we’ve instilled in ourselves. And going from there to the whole, ‘Hey, let’s build a wall between Los Angeles and Mexico’ … I don’t even have to answer that one. There’s no point,” Kunis offered. “It’s a really great sound bite. And it got him far. Nobody should be mad at him; we did it to ourselves.”
Trump has sounded off on Syrian refugees in America during multiple television appearances and rallies. Discussing the topic at a Rhode Island campaign stop in April, the candidate suggested some of the refugees might have terrorist ties.
“We don’t know who these people are. We don’t know where they’re from,” Trump told his supporters. “They have no documentation. We all have hearts and we can build safe zones in Syria and we’ll get the Gulf states to put up the money.”
Read Kunis’ full interview here