Sharon Stone works on Joe Biden’s transition team

The actress, very critical of Donald Trump’s policies, has been recruited for her knowledge of diseases and infections

Sharon Stone, 62, has joined the transition team of 46th US President Joe Biden. She has told it herself. “I am on Joe Biden’s transition team and if President Biden or Vice President Harris asks me to work on infectious diseases, I will do so and use all my experience in fighting them, after a lifetime of understanding them,” he told him. to the host of the TV show Extra, Billy Bush. The interpreter served as the director of amfAR’s AIDS research campaign, before becoming the global president of the Foundation’s campaign fundraising center.

The actress has always been very critical of Donald Trump and has shown it in her statements. “Even when we don’t like the president at all, we have to respect his position,” he said. “But it has been a difficult balancing act over the past four years when we see that the rights of many of our fellow citizens have been compromised. It was very, very painful for me. ” Asked about a possible candidacy for the presidency of the United States, the actress said that she has been asked “many things throughout her career.” “So far, they have not offered me a public service in which my hands do not feel tied and that allows me to do what I want,” he explained. He even proclaimed in reference to Trump: “Do not vote for a murderer.” She said it, moved to tears, in an Instagram video. Now, almost three months later, Sharon Stone announces that she works for Biden. “Now that I’m in the third act of my life, I think I want to be more useful, more productive.”

Sharon Stone’s experience in the field of infectious diseases has also earned her an award for her support of AIDS research that she received on Thursday night with immunologist Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergies and US Infectious Diseases (NIAID). “I am proud because I have worked with Dr. Fauci for a long time and we are working on other things in addition to covid,” explained the Hollywood star. “He is an extraordinary human being.”

The actress is also a feminist. In a recent interview the protagonist of Basic Instinct she was nostalgic about how relationships between men and women arose before. “I have noticed that they no longer whistle at you on the street. It was a lot of fun being able to whistle and flirt, although now that and past, ”he tells The Telegraph Magazine who has been a great activist and defender of the MeToo movement.

Stone assures that there are more important struggles to tackle within feminism and downplays many acts today denounced by a large part of the collective. “Frankly, I don’t mind being called ‘honey’ or patted on the butt. […] Maybe it’s because I’m over 60 years old and I’ve been through so much that I’m able to figure out what really needs my attention ”, adding:“ Sometimes it can be something small, a look or a gesture and you just have to pass or laugh , but other times you have to stand up ”.

The actress has been married three times. The first time she went down the aisle was with director and producer Michael Greenburg in 1984. The marriage lasted only three years, and the divorce took place in 1990. She later married television producer William J. MacDonald, whose relationship ended the next year. She became engaged to Bob Wager, the second assistant director on her film Quick and deadly, but soon he returned the ring. He did it by mail. His third marriage lasted six years. It was with journalist Phil Bronstein, with whom she adopted her 19-year-old son Roan. The actress, who has two other adopted children, Laird, 14, and Quinn, 13, remains single despite her frustrated attempts to find love on dating apps.


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