‘The Bachelor’ star calls out Trump’s ‘anti-Semitism’

It’s been a tough few months for The Bachelor, and for star Rachel McAdams, but the reality star has finally spoken out against President Donald Trump’s “anti-Semitic” rhetoric.

“We all have to live in the world together,” McAdams told the Hollywood Reporter during a recent interview.

“He has an anti-Semitic attitude that’s totally out of line.

I think it’s just a fact.”

McAdams was among the first to call out Trump after the president, who previously appeared on the ABC soap opera Modern Family, called for an end to the media coverage of the case involving Trump University.

“As a Jew and as a human being, I don’t think I can go on any longer,” McWilliams said of the President’s statements, which she later called “incendiary” and “anti the Jewish people.”

“It’s a hate crime.

I’ve been in the news for two years and I have a lot of people that I’m going to have to go to prison over.”

McWilliams’ comments came after Trump, in a speech on Jan. 23, said, “I’m not going to be distracted by the ‘Jewish question’ because we have to talk about how we’re going to get out of this mess, because we’re in a mess.”

“You’re not going see me again on a Sunday morning, when you’re watching this program, because I’m not coming back to your show,” he added.

The Bachelor is expected to return for a second season in 2019, but McAdams recently called for the show to end its first season, which was originally scheduled to air in 2017.

“I have no problem with boycotting The Bachelor,” she said in a statement.

“There’s so much that could be said about this show, but boycotting the show is not an option.”

In the meantime, McAdams also expressed her displeasure at the fact that she is “still being forced to endure the hate and bigotry of a man who has never even been a father.”

“I think he’s an anti human being,” Mc Adams told THR.

I’m staying on my couch and not doing anything, and I know I’m hurting, but I’m being forced and I’ll be okay.” “

You know what, I’m just not going.

I’m staying on my couch and not doing anything, and I know I’m hurting, but I’m being forced and I’ll be okay.”

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