Legendary author Stephen King does not like former US President Donald Trump and is very public about it, reports Variety.
The author used words such as “terrible president”, “terrible person” and “sociologist” to describe the former US president, whose administration negotiated a withdrawal deal with the Taliban in February 2020 that forced the Afghan government out done, freed 5,000 Taliban soldiers and set off. A date for final withdrawal.
In an interview with the ‘Sunday Times’, where he was in conversation with ‘Pointless’ presenter Richard Osman, Stephen King was quoted by Variety: “I think Trump was a terrible president and a terrible person. “
“I think he actually engaged in criminal behavior and, of course, I thought he was a sociopath who tried to overturn American democracy not by any of his political will, but because he couldn’t accept that he had lost.”
According to Variety, when asked about the rise of fascism in America, Stephen King said: “America has a strong right wing, a political right, and in some media they have a megaphone. They’re not fascists, but They are staunch right-wingers.”
“They certainly deny climate change, so it’s a real problem.”
One of the most prolific writers on the planet, Stephen King has published 64 novels, starting with ‘Carrie’ in 1974, which has sold over 350 million copies in a career spanning 50 years. Her 65th, ‘Fairy Tale’ will be published in September.