T.J. Miller is done with “Silicon Valley” — but he’s apparently not done with talking about his experience on the show.
Miller, who departed the HBO comedy series earlier this year, vented about his former castmates in a Huffington Post interview this week, tearing into them for not donating to Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
Prior to the election, which saw Donald Trump emerge victorious over Clinton, Miller says he confronted the show’s cast about whether they had donated to Clinton.
“I asked, ‘How much money did you donate, you Hollywood elites, how much did you donate to Hillary Clinton’s campaign?’ And everybody in the cast said nothing. They hadn’t given a dollar,” Miller recalled. “What did they think was going to happen? How had they not joined a fight that they had such strong opinions about?”
The actor didn’t say who was present for his grilling.
Miller, who admitted to “not even really being a fan of” Clinton’s, told Huffington Post that he nonetheless donated the legal maximum to Clinton’s campaign.
The actor added that he’s freer to fight against Trump following his exit from the series.
“My position [to oppose the Trump administration] became more powerful when I left ‘Silicon Valley,'” Miller said. “I had more control over the content, the time, the schedule, the everything.”
In December, Miller was arrested on a battery charge after allegedly slapping an Uber driver, reportedly during an argument over Trump. Miller also tweeted during the presidential campaign, “Trump is a madman. He’s a lunatic. He’ll ruin us globally. Let’s f– him up in November.”