Mick Jagger gets political in a message to the U.K. and U.S.

Mick Jagger may hail from across the pond, but the Rolling Stones frontman had words for the leaders of both the United Kingdom and United States during his appearance at Venice Film Festival over the weekend. Speaking at the event, Jagger slammed President Donald Trump and Boris Johnson for their “polarization, rudeness and lying.”

The rock legend appeared to promote his big screen comeback, “The Burnt Orange Heresy,” but things got political when the singer was asked about a peaceful protest for climate change that took over the red carpet in front of the festival venue earlier that day. Jagger said he is “absolutely behind” the protest and the cause, because “they’re the ones who are going to inherit the planet.”

That’s when Jagger blasted Trump for pulling out of the Paris Agreement, when he thinks “the US should be the world leader in environmental control.” “We are going through a strange time, values are different,” he added. “There’s more polarization and less civility.”

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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