Brad Pitt is expressing his concerns about Donald Trump ahead of the 2020 election.
The actor spoke to Frech newspaper Journal du Dimanche about his vineyard Château Miraval that he owns with Angelina Jolie when he was asked about the tariff Trump said he was considering imposing on French wine.
“I do not know,” Pitt said while adding that he didn’t “know enough” about the tariff.
“I think we will always drink rosé in the United States,” he continued, although he feels there are much bigger issues with Trump than a tax on the imported wine.
“Unfortunately, it’s almost anecdotal. Trump represents a much bigger threat on such more serious issues.”
Pitt and Jolie bought the vineyard in 2002 and have not let their divorce get in the way of business. Their rosé has previously been named one of the top in the world.
The “Ad Astra” star doesn’t often talk about Trump and his policies but did tell the New York Times magazine in 2016 that he was dreading the former reality star being named the president.
“Man, I never thought that [Brexit] would happen. Same way I can’t bring myself to think that Trump will be in charge. In the simplest terms, what brings us together is good, and what separates us is bad,” he noted.