Woody Harrelson Had To Smoke A Joint To Endure Dinner With Trump
Woody Harrelson recently appeared on an episode of Real Time with Bill Maher in which he confessed that when he met with President Donald Trump back in 2002, he had to get high just to get through the night.
As Harrelson tells it, he was invited over to dinner by the ex-Minnesota governor and ex-wrestler Jesse Ventura, who was being courted by Trump to become his running mate for the 2004 Democratic ticket.
Whilst Trump didn't make it very far in that election, apparently, it made for an interesting night.
Harrelson went on to explain that Trump rambled so much about himself and his own achievements that Woody had to excuse himself to do the only thing he thought would get him through.
"I had to walk out halfway through to smoke a joint just to, like, steel myself for the rest of it," he said.
Harrelson has previously made a name for himself as one of Hollywood's favorite potheads, however, he recently quit the green stuff in 2016.
Woody Harrelson will be starring in the new Rob Reiner film, LBJ, portraying President Lyndon B. Johnson, who, like Trump, had a quite 'large' personality. Harrelson did, however, note that the two presidents' rudeness isn't comparable.
Dinner with Trump? Pass it over, Woody.
You can watch the full interview here:
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