Now that he’s running for president, many celebrities who interacted with prior iterations of Donald Trump have come brazen to speak about their practice assembly him. Like so: Apparently, Donald Trump gave Daniel Radcliffe advice behind when Radcliffe was compelling a first Harry Potter movie in 2001. Thankfully for us, Radcliffe recounted a story on The Graham Norton Show: According to Radcliffe, when he first met Trump, he was a shaken 11-year-old about to go on a Today show for a initial time. Trump was also on a uncover that day, and here’s how their communication went, according to Radcliffe:
“They arrange of walked me over to him and he said, ‘Oh, hi, good to accommodate you.’ And we said, ‘Nice to accommodate you.’ He said, ‘How are you?’ we said, ‘I’m utterly nervous. I’ve never been on TV before, we don’t know what I’m gonna speak about.’ And he brilliantly only said, ‘You tell them we only met Mr. Trump.'”
While his associate interviewees, Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake, laughed, Radcliffe reflected on a interaction. “To me, that is a Everest of self-confidence,” he said. “Imagine if I’d only been to you,” he gestured to Kendrick, “‘When we go on that show, only speak about me. Don’t speak about your stuff.'”
Radcliffe isn’t a initial luminary to hold an anecdote about a Trump. These are some other celebrities who have reflected on their Trump interactions in a past few months.
The existence TV star suggested on Chelsea that she hated being on Celebrity Apprentice.
The actor played golf with Trump once. “He was really Donald Trump-like, articulate about a things that he does, things that he has, business interests, properties, things like that,” he told The Guardian. “But he wasn’t ever meant or rude. we don’t consider he asked me too many personal questions, or about what we do.”
Sacha Baron Cohen
The comedian has spent years feuding with and pranking Donald Trump, including interviewing him in impression as Ali G.
The thespian and former Celebrity Apprentice contestant had some oppressive words for Trump.
While I’m still pegging Radcliffe’s as a funniest, these are all flattering engaging too.