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Larry David Unleashes Scathing Critique of “Sociopath” Donald Trump in Candid CNN Interview

In a recent interview on CNN’s “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?” comedy legend Larry David didn’t hold back his feelings about former President Donald Trump. The “Curb Your Enthusiasm” creator and star, known for his acerbic wit both on and off-screen, took aim at Trump’s post-election antics, labeling him a “sociopath” and a “little baby” for refusing to accept the results of the 2020 election.

During the interview, Wallace asked David about his thoughts on the political landscape since 2020, prompting a fiery response from the comedian. David expressed his frustration, stating, “You can’t go a day without thinking about what he’s done to this country because he’s such a little baby.” He criticized Trump for undermining democracy by refusing to acknowledge his electoral defeat, asserting, “He’s thrown 250 years of democracy out the window by not accepting the results of the election.”

David didn’t mince words when describing his views on Trump’s behavior, labeling him as “insane” and a “sick man.” He lambasted Trump’s refusal to concede, stating emphatically, “He just couldn’t admit to losing. And we know he lost. He knows he lost.” The comedian also expressed concern over Trump’s ability to deceive his supporters, noting, “Look how he’s fooled everybody. He’s convinced all these people that he didn’t lose.”

This isn’t the first time Larry David has taken aim at Trump. In his hit HBO series “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” David’s character has been seen wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat as a means of avoiding interactions with people. The show has even drawn criticism from Trump allies, including Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who took issue with its portrayal of conservatives.

David’s disdain for Trump extends beyond the screen. In 2021, he made headlines for confronting former Trump lawyer Alan Dershowitz in a grocery store on Martha’s Vineyard, expressing his disgust at Dershowitz’s association with the former president.

His words resonate with many who share his concerns about the state of American democracy. With the final season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” drawing to a close, David’s outspokenness serves as a reminder of the importance of holding leaders accountable for their actions. And while Trump may no longer occupy the White House, his legacy continues to loom large in the national conversation, eliciting strong reactions from figures like Larry David.

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