Bill Maher bored by Trump-dictator narrative: ‘Doesn’t look to me like the world is just falling apart’

Comedian Bill Maher said in a recent interview that he was fed up with repeated warnings that Republican candidate Donald Trump would become a dictator.

“When people come up to me and say, ‘What are you going to do?’ I’m like, ‘It doesn’t look like the world is falling apart,'” he told the New York Times’ Maureen. told Dowd. In an interview. “Look, I lost my nervous system once under Trump. I won’t do it again. When he blows up the world, wake up. Every day I lose my nervous system because of some stupid tweet or boneheaded act. I can’t put my nervous system at risk.” That’s what he’s doing. ”

Democrats and some members of the media have repeatedly warned against a second term for President Trump, claiming that if elected, former President Trump would become a dictator.

Maher, who has criticized both Presidents Biden and Donald Trump, told Dowd that he has “a soft spot for this crazy mess of our country.”

“Real Time” host Bill Maher told Maureen Dow during an interview that he was tired of the Trump dictator’s tone. (Screenshot/HBO)

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Maher told Dowd that Americans need to stop acting like the country is heading toward civil war, saying, “We need to start seeing each other not as mortal enemies, but as roommates from hell.” Must be,” he added.

After Biden and Trump settled on two debate dates, Maher said the president was only doing it because he was “losing.”

“Biden probably knows he’s going to lose because he wouldn’t have agreed otherwise,” Maher said Friday. “Only losers want to argue.”

Maher marveled at the idea of ​​a summer debate, with the first debate scheduled for June 27, noting, “They haven’t held a convention yet.”

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Former President Donald Trump leaves Trump Tower on his way to Manhattan criminal court on Monday, April 15, 2024 in New York. Former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial begins Monday with jury selection. (AP Photo/Yuki Iwamura)

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The comedian insisted that Biden still has something to prove in the upcoming debates.

“Trump is a known figure. They know he’s going to be an idiot. He’s going to lurk and grovel and not follow the rules and everything. But Biden, they’re alive. “I want to see the evidence,” he said. .

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President Joe Biden speaks at a campaign event at Pullman Yards on March 9, 2024 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Megan Varner/Getty Images)


During the interview, Dowd asked Marr if he ever felt like he was “banging my head against a wall.”

He said yes, but added: “We must continue sailing.”

“I don’t want to hate half the country,” he told Dowd. “I please do not I hate half the country. And I don’t want America to get divorced. ”

Fox News’ Joseph Wulfsohn contributed to this report.