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Daniel Craig talks Trump, James Bond film 'No Time To Die'

Daniel Craig said it was a challenge to keep traces of President Donald Trump out of the latest James Bond film.

In an interview with GQ, the English actor, 52, said he didn’t want to talk much about real-world affairs but couldn’t help but mention how elements of the president may be seen in the film.

“We struggled to keep Trump out of this film,” Craig told the magazine of “No Time To Die.” “But of course, it is there. It’s always there, whether it’s Trump, or whether it’s Brexit, or whether it’s Russian influence on elections or whatever.”

He continued, “There are British people working in the top industries in the world and at the top of those industries. We do that, and we are good at that. And somehow we’re kind of breaking all that apart. Whether that’s breaking from Europe. … There is a sort of nihilism, isn’t there?”

Daniel Craig makes the cover of GQ's April 2020 issue.

He said he sometimes sees Bond as an example of a selfless public servant.

“There’s something I feel that Bond represents, someone who’s there, trying to do the job and doesn’t want any (expletive) publicity,” he said. “And this is a joke, because he drives a (expletive) Aston Martin and does all these ridiculous things. But these people exist. … It’s the ambulance service. I know it’s terribly kind of romantic. But they are people who are just getting on with it and saving people’s lives.”

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