Meryl Streep: Trump’s ‘Children Are in Jeopardy,’ and ‘We Should Be Afraid’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Meryl Streep: Trump’s ‘Children Are in Jeopardy,’ and ‘We Should Be Afraid’

Speaking at An Evening with Stephen Colbert at Newark’s New Jersey Performing Arts Center Saturday, Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep insisted that she is “scared” in Donald Trump’s America — mostly because she thinks Trump is dangerous.

During the Saturday evening event, Streep said she fears Trump because, like any parent, he will do “anything” to protect his children, Variety reported.

“I’m scared by (Trump),” Streep told Colbert. “By his possibility. I empathize with him. I can’t imagine what his 3 a.m. is like. There is a gathering storm. Everybody feels it. He feels it. His children are in jeopardy, and I feel that. I think, what if my children were jeopardy? I would do anything. Anything! To get them out of trouble. So we should be afraid.”

Presumably, the Mama Mia actress was referring to the fact that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has targeted some of President Trump’s sons in his interminable, meandering, and unfocused investigation into “Russia collusion.”

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