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George Clooney gets cheeky about Trump

Movie Monster premiered at the Cannes Film Festival Thursday night and its A-lister cast didn't hold back about serious issues.

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According to Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton is crooked, Bernie Sanders is crazy and George Clooney is not a good actor.

The Republican presidential candidate took aim at the movie star in an interview on Fox & Friends. Trump called into the morning show and insulted Clooney's acting when asked about the actor’s comment that 'there's not going to be a President Donald Trump'. 

Trump said, “'As far as George Clooney is concerned, let's put it this way - he's no Cary Grant.”

He also addressed Clooney's criticism of the media for relishing the ratings Trump's candidacy has caused, while failing to challenge him on policy. 

He said, “Well at least he's right about the ratings - that's the good news. I think I get asked the toughest questions on Earth. I will tell you, nobody asks tougher questions than they do to me. It's all "gotcha."”

Clooney, a steadfast Democrat who has helped raise millions for Hillary Clinton's campaign, spoke out against Donald Trump during a press conference at the Cannes Film Festival, where he is promoting his new film Money Monster. 

Clooney said, “There's not going to be a President Donald Trump.”

Clooney held a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton last month in Los Angeles where tickets reportedly went for $353,400 per couple.

“That's not going to happen. Fear is not going to be something that drives our country. We're not going to be scared of Muslims or immigrants or women. We're not actually afraid of anything.”