Godzilla: King of the Monsters actor Bradley Whitford took to Twitter to slam President Donald Trump as a racist and sexual assaulter.

Whitford, who played Dr. Rick Stanton in the recent Godzilla movie wrote on Twitter, “Sure Donald Trump is a charlatan racist sexual assaulting useful idiot of Vladimir Putin, but how are we gonna run against these amazing #GOP healthcare and infrastructure achievements???”

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This isn’t the first time Whitford has railed against President Donald Trump.

Earlier this month he insinuated the President is committing treason.

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He has also described President Donald Trump as the “absolutely worst human being imaginable.”

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Back in August Whitford also described President Trump as a “racist,” “sexual assaulting,” and “incoherent.”

Whitford also claims that President Trump is inspiring the slaughter of American citizens.

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Back in April, Whitford even called for Trump to be removed from office claiming he “is a threat to our national security.”

Along with Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Whitford plays Joseph Lawrence on The handmaid’s Tale, Magnus Hirschfeld, Marcy, and Mark on Transparent, and Arthur Cochran on Perfect Harmony.

He will also appear in Call of the Wild as Judge Miller and The Last Full Measure as Carlton Stanton.

He previously played Josh Lyman, the Deputy Chief of Staff, on The West Wing.

What do you make of Whitford’s comments?

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