Angelina Jolie is sure that Americans are stronger than any President

AZRAQ, JORDAN - SEPTEMBER 09: US actress and UNHCR special envoy and Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie greets children during a press conference at Al- Azraq camp for Syrian refugees on September 9, 2016, in Azraq, Jordan. Jolie arrived at the camp and visited syrian families before speaking to the media. (Photo by Jordan Pix/Getty Images)

The 41-year-old bisexual actress has given her first interview after her divorce with Brad Pitt. But her private life played a secondary role in the interview, the celebrity was focused on the future of her country. The 41-year-old was in Cambodia for the launch of her new documentary about the genocide that took place under the Khmer Rouge. She wrote a piece to the New York Times expressing her irritation about Trump’s unfair policy concerning Muslim immigrants. “The American people are bigger than any President,” she said, “I suppose I have faith in my country and in what it is founded on and the values we hold dear. I believe that many of the things that we’re hearing that we feel are based on a sense of spreading fear or hate or dividing people by race or judgement is un-American. At this time I think what is amazing is we are seeing people around the world start to speak out for their civil liberties and rights and what they feel. In America, we are hearing people say ‘this is un-American to me, this is unconstitutional to me. And this is who I am’,” the actress wrote

Being asked about her divorce she commented that it was difficult but she is coping. “My whole family have all been through a difficult time. My focus is my children, our children. We are and forever will be a family and so that is how I am coping. I am coping with finding a way through to make sure that this somehow makes us stronger and closer.”


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