Will Smith slams Donald Trump's treatment of women in brutal new interview

'Suicide Squad': Did Will Smith Get Inspiration From Donald Trump?
'Suicide Squad': Did Will Smith Get Inspiration From Donald Trump?

Will Smith has made it very clear that he is not a fan of Donald Trump.

In a new interview with news.com.au to promote his highly-anticipated film "Suicide Squad," the actor shared his thoughts on the Republican presidential nominee -- and he did not hold back one bit.

"For a man to be able to publicly refer to a woman as a fat pig, that makes me teary," said Smith. "And for people to applaud, that is absolutely f***ing insanity to me."

Of course, Smith is referring to the infamous GOP debate where Megyn Kelly asked Trump about the way he constantly refers to women he doesn't like as "fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals," to which Trump blurted out "only Rosie O'Donnell."

The audience erupted in laughter and applause.

"Of all the things he has said, and we could go through the laundry list, that was the one that was such an absolute illustration of a darkness of his soul," said Smith. "I just cannot figure out how people can clap for that."

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The 47-year-old actor added that he was raised not to disrespect women, and holds others to the same standards.

"My grandmother would have smacked my teeth out of my head if I had referred to a woman as a fat pig. And I cannot understand how people can clap for that. It's absolutely collective insanity," he said.

However, Smith did add that he isn't altogether too concerned about Trump actually becoming president.

"For me, deep down in my heart," he said, "I believe that America won't and we can't (elect Trump)."

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