Angry Leftists Try To Cancel Vince Vaughn For Shaking Donald Trump's Hand

Clay Curtis
January 14, 2020

Vaughn is best known for comic roles in movies including Swingers, Wedding Crashers and Old School. The men then shook hands and off Vaughn went. But it caused uproar on social media, leading to condemnation of Vaughn from the left - and plaudits from the right.

But others, including Dana Loesch, soon stepped up to criticize people who had a problem with it. In October at a Dallas Cowboys game, DeGeneres sat with former President George W. Bush and stoked outrage among leftists.

Thankfully, there were also jokes.

"Unless America talks to the other side, and we can just talk to each other... they may as well just split the country right in half, right down the MS", intoned anchor Steve Doocy.

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White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley smeared Democrats on Fox & Friends - claiming they are more upset with actor Vince Vaughn for shaking President Donald Trump's hand at the college football national championship game than they are at Iran Quds Forces commander Qasem Soleimani for killing American citizens.

As for Vaughn's politics, he told Playboy in 2015 that he's a libertarian, saying, "Trusting the federal government to know what we need and to run things well feels like a bad idea".

A spokesman for Vaughn tells People magazine he and Trump came to the contest separately, and "met this evening at the game briefly". They share a long handshake before Vaughn says a protracted goodbye to everyone else seated in the box. "Taking away guns, taking away drugs, the booze, it won't rid the world of criminality". One of the most outspoken voices on the right in Hollywood for years, Vaughn has been a vocal supporter of former USA representative Ron Paul and his son Rand Paul, a USA senator from Kentucky. Vaughn has also publicly supported Ron Paul, giving a speech on his behalf when he was a Republican presidential candidate in 2012.

She addressed the issue on her show the following Monday. Sign up here for Yahoo Entertainment & Lifestyle's newsletter.

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