Disgraced actor Charlie Sheen, is not supporting Donald Trump, and he thinks the GOP nominee in waiting is a “charlatan.”
According to Sheen, the charlatan in Trump came out during a dinner with his ex-wife, actor Brooke Mueller. It all took place about five years ago when Trump supposedly gave the drug-ridden Sheen a pair of platinum diamond Harry Winston cufflinks as an early wedding gift.
Sheen told the story on “The Graham Norton Show” Thursday night.
According to Sheen, he told Trump, “You really shouldn’t do this.” But Trump insisted Charlie take the gift.
Sheen claims he got the cufflinks appraised about six months later. It was then he discovered the cufflinks were really not that valuable.
“[The appraiser] said, ‘In their finest moment, this is cheap pewter and bad zirconias,’” Sheen recalled. “And they’re stamped TRUMP.”
“I just thought, what does this really say about the man, you know, that he said, ‘Here’s like a great wedding gift,’ and it’s just a bag of dogsh*t,” he added.
When the audience reacted to the story, Sheen asked if their laughs were a response to the “charlatan” currently running for president.
“Is that the laughter I can hear coming from across the pond at our country about this charlatan?” he asked.
In the end, though, the actor said he has faith that “good and decent people will make the right choice.”
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