First Man and The Crown actress Claire Foy described President Trump as the “giant penis of America.”

Foy spoke to The Hollywood Reporter when she arrived in Washington, D.C. for the premiere of First Man, a film which epically bombed at the box office. The film has only made over $30 million on a production budget of $59 million.

Not only does Foy compare Trump to a giant penis, but she also expresses desires to destroy other people’s property. While taking an unofficial tour of the monuments in D.C., Foy came across a number of protestors and counter-protestors. Some of the counter protestors had parked their 19-wheelers on the Mall and displayed banners reading “Black Smoke Matters.” Foy noted, “I want to key his truck.”

She would then go on to make her Donald Trump comparison while remarking on the Washington Monument, “All powerful! D.C. is where the giant penis of America lives … in more ways than one.”

Foy would once again express her distaste for President Trump when they arrived at the White House. She would ask, “Is that the White House? I don’t want to go there. I don’t want to go there because he’s in there.” she would then reconsider: “Actually, isn’t he doing his weird rally somewhere?”

Foy would express violent tendencies as her tour arrived at the Supreme Court and a man held up a sign reading #MeTooFraud and shouted, “God Bless Trump” and “God Bless Kavanaugh.”

Foy remarked on the man, “I just want to rip it up.” She would then confront the man inquiring about why he wore a media badge. The two would seemingly have a conversation with the man informing he works for KGED 1680 in California and that he “love[s] this country.” He would also explain that he’s “an editorialist. I’m an opinions journalist.” Foy would seemingly dismiss the man stating, “He’s got his opinion.”

While the conversation seemed innocent, Foy was apparently on the verge of violence. She states, “That makes me want to violently hurt him. Which is obviously bad. I can’t. Because he’s a lot stronger than I am.” She would add, “It would completely undermine my position.”

Foy wouldn’t just comment on politics, she would also weigh in on the recent Serena Williams controversy.

“People – men especially – are like, ‘Emotion is manipulative.’ Like why does it have to be a bad thing? I’m really tired of people being like, ‘Women are too emotional.’ Serena Williams is allowed to get emotional. It matters to her. Maybe we need more emotion. Maybe we need more people fighting for what they believe in.”

Foy’s First Man is currently in theaters right now and The Crown is streaming on Netflix. Her next film The Girl in the Spider’s Web comes to theaters on November 9, 2018.

 

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