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Well forget about are you better off that you -- four years ago.
Don't laugh because when it comes to making year it's our money.
And they're not make any either but that's not the president's -- necessary.
But the longer this goes on is the big guys most loyal -- started to show some crafts we'll Hollywood uber producer Peter -- certainly -- -- And news Helms from rain -- -- that man to the color purple -- meant.
They burned over three billion bucks a green says a lot of the president's Hollywood pals are seeing red and -- -- say they enacted.
Well I think that they're disappointed in the first term I think that it's not just sort of that are registered to vote for the other side but.
But I think basically they expected more than expected this person is going to be a magic man that somehow is gonna cure all the sales of the country so that was the promised there was -- -- -- -- was saying.
And he was just a man and he was -- first tremor and he had to run a big business and he had run a company and -- of this.
And suddenly had all these monsters and challenging problems than anyone.
And value in face -- all too good.
And so the question is even with a Hollywood he went Silicon Valley sort of a lot of these people that have been raised doing fund -- and supporting -- them.
-- have some real questions are questions of whether -- really change in the second term will be more of the same -- really solve -- he could resolve in the first term.
In -- second ambush of their make a change so I think whether this cracks -- -- is or gaps I think the issue is a route that even the most ardent supporters have said.
Yeah the first job wasn't exactly a stellar performance it wasn't really a win win.
I'm still -- you know these guys been an idea but I don't see them exactly yes stormont for the mormons you know out of -- I don't I don't maybe they'll sit it out.
I'm David -- although not right as they get stack.
But they're they're certainly not going to be run in the Ment other.
I think that's correct I think that's direct the question is will they remain neutral -- not vote.
And endorse him thoroughly and and unconditionally probably not below analyst.
Are they so model -- as a group you view being a big and notable exception has your career obviously.
But why are they so -- politically liberal.
I think you know it's it's not so much that -- monolithic they liberal there in the arts the -- stand to be more liberal.
They did -- more social relevance and -- in the arts -- -- big deal grow into that environment.
And I don't think it's necessarily -- -- walk off Hollywood I think it's the people -- that.
Type of industry I know for example some of them a very Lehman like myself a very physically.
And a socially liberal I mean and I think you have that kind of dichotomy.
They're not they're not monolithic and that sense but what is interest and what's really -- thing is people this is a distraction.
No one's going to vote.
Fought -- because Sarah Jessica Parker is holding a fund -- for him don't want that are really vote for that person not in -- -- and I do offices.
They're all Smart but the -- -- is they get the attention of the public this is about screen credit hardly get on the air on television on the new -- because they have these big events with celebrities they get attention and it would convert the green.
In -- read on the blew the value inside Iran by using that money.
For funds rate -- fund -- for commercials and advertising grassroots.
Campaigns so it's always been that way I was at Sony and every -- every single Republican or Democrat would come through California for two ias before the -- election.
And I would you have -- -- them and have to give them both money and kind of support both sides because we had to be institutionally equal.
The single -- what did you -- -- this report out that that all the major media organizations give to both candidates and but why what do you guys do what's that the -- and.
You know I think -- -- equal opportunity abuses okay.
-- -- I think the idea there is you know where -- where we're real it's it's really not been proven either party has been particularly good for this.
-- ideas that -- cynically that you guys just cover your bases just in case.
And I think that's right -- but went to Hollywood audit.
What and what's really going on because I think Hollywood much like.
Other work groups of the 1% there's the the point 001 for senators like view and does the general one for senators.
Who'll who might not ever run on your case you -- -- barometers but but but it.
It's it's not really big deal whether they date 35 or 39 point 6% doesn't operate in I had it today and it's like our.
We -- whatever.
It's a very big deal.
So those just at the -- of that so there might be to Hollywood's and maybe it's the latter the one that's not.
It is barely making that 1% that that that's beginning to bits now.
Believe me you have to look at it's like an iceberg the chips sticks out what you see with the George Clooney is and where Clint eastwood's in this one and that -- a -- -- very vocal and -- money used its sponsorship.
But that part that's under the water all the -- crafts work as people is the huge is bulk of people in the media industries both in California in New York so you're absolutely correct it's not.
It's not monolithic that -- and frankly.
The screen credit.
And all these big people speaking out is a distraction truthfully away from the big issues -- the big issues is so big and so important it's gonna tip of the iceberg over we're not care.
Well put Peter you might have a future in this business keep that.
On but Peter who were always a pleasure sir thank you.