Charlie Sheen is no big fan of The Donald. He has been very vocal on Twitter about how much he loathes the president-elect.

That's not a massive surprise. To Sheen's disappointment, 2016 did not take the president-elect.

And now, earlier today at an airport, TMZ caught up with the political pundit to see if he had anything to say about Meryl Streep's recent speech at The Golden Globes. Accepting a Lifetime Achievement award, the 67 year-old used her speech to criticise Donald Trump, without actually naming him. She invited everyone to be more empathetic and described her horror at seeing Trump mock a disabled New York Times reporter : "Disrespect invites disrespect. Violence incites violence. When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose."

She backed up his fellow actor and called anyone who criticised Meryl Streep's speech "a bunch of drooling douchebags" and claimed everyone had to honour her words.

"I'm a big fan of accountability and skill sets, none of which we will see on the 20th," said Sheen, speaking about the presidential inauguration next week - which he says he wants nothing to do with.

Sheen thinks that The Donald will follow in the footsteps of Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton who were charged with misconduct during their time in office - Richard Nixon resigned before he could be impeached.

You can watch the interview here.

Credit: TMZ

Words Laura Hamilton

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