Kevin Costner

What are the Political Affiliations of Kevin Costner

2020

Supports Biden

Centrist

Criticizes Trump

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Supports Biden

27 Oct 2020

VARIETY.com

In an interview with Variety, when talking about his endorsement of Joe Biden

I think we really have to have a president for both sides. And for the people who don’t vote for Biden, if Biden wins it’s necessary that he address what they’re concerned about. I think he has that level of bandwidth to understand that the group that doesn’t vote for him needs attention. They have their own concerns and we have to think about that.

Centrist

25 Aug 2020

THEDAILYBEAST.com

In an interview with The Daily Beast

I really go back and forth on my votes. The Democratic Party doesn’t represent everything that I think, and neither does the Republican Party right now— at all . So, I find it too limiting.

Criticizes Trump

25 Aug 2020

THEDAILYBEAST.com

In an interview with The Daily Beast, when asked about his opinion on Trump’s handling of the Post Office

It’s terrible. It’s terrible . Nothing is surreal—everything is highly real, and it’s dangerous, and it’s shameful.

Follows COVID Guidelines

Criticizes Trump

25 Aug 2020

THEDAILYBEAST.com

In an interview with The Daily Beast

There are societies that are dictatorial that say, “Everybody do this and everybody bow down,” and thank God we’re not that, but for us to see the handwriting on the wall of what this is and what this continues to be, and the shading of the truth and the distortions of it—the false exaggerations of what we are doing—are so transparent that we need to take stock of ourselves. There are individuals that are placing their careers above the national good. And we need to remember if they’re right, and they haven’t been right about anything when it comes to [coronavirus]. [...] I’m not just talking about [Trump]. I’m talking about anybody in politics. You can look at him, and you can look at all the senators and congressmen. Public service isn’t about your second term—it’s about the moment, and you’re supposed to let history judge it. When you go into public service, you should work so hard on behalf of the public that you don’t wanna serve a second f****n’ term! You should be like, “I hate this! I hate having to go out there and do this.” And if you’re really good, the people won’t let you go. They’ll say, “You’re really good at this. You should stay.” Public service should be an everyday thing when that’s what you choose to make your life. It cannot be about your second term. [...] There’s no point in naming names because they’ve been outright about it but: history will judge you. When you look back at [Joseph] McCarthy, when you look back at black-and-white footage and see people who were beating on those who were marching for freedom, you don’t want to be that person. And there’s a lot of people where, when you look back 10 years, they’re going to see themselves. And it’s patently obvious where we should be, and it’s patently obvious where we are.

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