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by Micah J. Fleck

The most interesting man in movies has finally found his kryptonite: Donald Trump winning the presidency.

According to a new story from The Hill:

James Franco, who stripped down in an eyebrow-raising video supporting Hillary Clinton, says he’s “spiraled into a depression” following the Democratic presidential nominee’s election loss to President Trump.

“I mean, I’ve been reacting really badly!” the actor, star of the new film “I am Michael,” tells The Daily Beast in an article published Monday.

“I’ve spiraled into a depression and I’ve been questioning everything that I am, and how I’ve been doing things,” Franco, 38, says.

The performer made headlines when he bared some skin last fall as part of an ad campaign dubbing Clinton “the most interesting woman in the world,” launched by groups supporting the White House hopeful.

More recently, Franco was among those who appeared at the Los Angeles “women’s march” on Saturday — one of several held around the country in protest of Trump’s inauguration.

The Academy Award nominee acknowledged to The Daily Beast in the interview, “It’s been a rough few months.”


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Micah J. Fleck
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Micah J. Fleck has spent the past few years eviscerating right- and left-wing propaganda as an independent researcher and blogger, where he subsequently found his voice as a political commentator and prospective historical scholar. Mr. Fleck's words and interviews have since been featured in various publications including the National Review, Being Libertarian, and The College Fix. In his spare time, he is also a world traveler, musician, and photographer. Mr. Fleck currently studies the classics in New York City and hopes to one day become a professional academic - without the elitist baggage of academic inertia, of course. To support this author's work, visit his website.

  • John Sarsfield

    Weak.

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