Actor Jim Carrey has compared President Donald Trump to the Nazis, before suffering several blows in the current administration of the United States.
The star of The Pet Detective, which weighs heavily on the controversial 45th president, said Republicans should do the right thing and "stay at home" before the middle ground.
Speaking frankly to The Daily Telegraph, the 56-year-old man said he believed the country was on the verge of fascism.
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"If there is one more term, then you will see at full speed, in your face of fascism": actor Jim Carrey, 56, has compared Trump to a Nazi for his controversial immigration policy
"If there is one more term, you are going to see fascism as proof," said the comedian.
Known for his roles as the peculiar pet detective Ace Ventura, the Canadian-born comedian also criticized the president's controversial immigration policy.
The policy saw the children and parents separated at the border, which led the humorous to draw the Nazi parallel.
"If you allow them to steal babies from people at the border and not give them back to their parents, these children are psychologically flogged": the actor (above) seemed angry about the policy of child separation.
After images of children separated from their parents appeared, President Trump ended the policy in June.
"Everyone gets scared when you do the Nazi parallel, but you know what, if you let them steal babies from people on the border and not give them back to their parents, these children are psychologically scourged."
The actor redoubled the comments, compared the policy with the kidnapping and hit the president because of his relationship with the dictators.
It did not impress me: the actor also accused the president of "befriending the dictators" & # 39;
Jim also rejected the term & # 39; separation & # 39; and he said that Americans were "people abducted."
He went on to say: "We are alienating everyone who has been on this planet to help us for the past 100 years and we are making friends with all the damn frail dictators."
One of the most profitable stars of the 1990s, with hits like Dumb and Dumber and The Mask, Jim is currently promoting his new series Stan, Kidding.
The series follows how the artist tries to avoid that his personal problems seep into his public image.
New show! Controversial observations come when the actor, who was one of the most profitable stars of the 1990s, touts his new series Stan, Kidding