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It was no surprise either, because he has been doing it for years, and publicly, with Barack Obama, in 2008 and 2012. Brad Pitt vote Democratic and support the presidential candidate Joe Biden for the November 3 elections. The 56-year-old actor has lent his voice to a minute-long Democratic party campaign ad titled ‘Make life better.’ The short introduces Biden, 77, and his wife, Jill, greeting voters during these weeks on the road. The spot was broadcast this Sunday during the weekend’s sports competitions.

“America is a place for everyone,” says Pitt. “Those who chose this country, those who fought for it. Some Republicans, some Democrats, and most, somewhere in between, but all are looking for the same thing: someone who understands their hopes, their dreams, their pain, who listens, that a to the people, to get up every day and work to improve the lives of families like yours “, continues the actor of ‘Fight club’ or ‘Damn bastards’.

And he continues: “Look you in the eye, treat you with respect and tell you the truth” (…) “Work as hard for the people who voted for him as those who did not. To be a president for all Americans.”

As the day of the appointment with the polls approaches, next Tuesday, “there are many Hoolywood stars that opt ​​for the list of Biden and his partner Kamala Harris“, as collected by the magazine ‘People’,” in contrast to those who receive the option of Donald Trump and the vice president Mike Pence.

On October 20, most of the stars of the cast of ‘Avengers’, the highest grossing film series today, joined Harris, 56, to raise funds and support the Democratic presidential candidacy.

Organized by the Russo brothers, directors of the Marvel universe films, the event featured members of the saga Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Don Cheadle, Paul Rudd Y Zoë Saldana, who posed questions to the candidate.

Other stars who support the Democrat

But Pitt and the ‘avengers’ are not the only stars who give their full support to Biden. They also offer you their vote Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, Tom Hanks, Alex Rodriguez, Katherine Schwarzenegger, Cher, Bon Jovi, Jennifer Lawrence Y Mel Brooks.

Too Taylor Swift, the best-selling artist of this decade, has asked for a vote for Biden after breaking her long silence on political issues during the tenure of Donald Trump.

Swift’s announcement came after Billie Eilish, artist of the moment and winner of the last Grammys, asked for the vote for Biden with a message in which he assured: “Trump is destroying our country and everything that matters to us.”

For its part, Eva longoria Y America Ferrera they are two of the most prominent Latino voices calling for a vote for Democrats.

Apoyos a Trump

On the contrary, the stars of the world of cinema and music who support Trump are far fewer. In that group would be the rapper 50 Centand the actors Kirstie Alley, Scott Baio Y Jon Voight.



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