Actor Mickey Rourke Threatens The President In A New Interview









The Expendables star Mickey Rourke may be getting a visit from the Secret Service soon, after making some very specific threats of violence against President Donald Trump.

In a new, expletive-filled interview with TooFab.com, Rourke said he would beat up the President as part of a long-simmering feud between the two.



The 67-year-old actor was filming the movie Bullet in 1996 with rapper Tupac Shakur, and stayed in a Trump hotel. After trashing the suite they were in, Rourke and Shakur were sued by Trump for the damages.

Although the damage amounted to about $6,000 in total, Trump sued for $28,000 to cover extra expenses. As part of the suit, Trump reportedly made statements criticizing the two. Rourke took that personally.



When asked about the President, he said “That piece of s–t that’s sitting in the White House, that p—y, that lying c–ksucker. That no good f–king two faced f–king piece of s–t.”

Suffice it to say, Rourke is still upset over the lawsuit. “He said some really nasty things about the two of us,” the actor said. “And you know what? It’s personal.”



“There’s gonna be a day where he ain’t president, and we’re gonna bump into each other,” Rourke warned. “And you’re gonna feel me,” he said towards the President.

He then threatened to give Trump a “left hook from hell.”



Apparently oblivious to the federal law against threatening the President, Rourke said “You know what happens? What goes up, goes down. And when it goes down, it goes down like a motherf–ker. That’s the life we live in.”



Rourke continued to rant about his anger toward Trump. “He’s gonna feel me. You hear me? You’re gonna feel me. What you said about the two of us,” he said. He then vowed on his dead brother’s memory to get the President.



According to federal law, threatening the President is punishable by up to five years in prison and a fine of $250,000. The law states that “any threat to take the life of, to kidnap, or to inflict bodily harm upon the president of the United States” is a federal crime. The law also applies to presidential candidates and former presidents.



The Secret Service has not commented on the incident.

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  1. Mickey WHO? Oh yeah, that washed up, drunk and drugged up waste of oxygen who believes he is an actor and also believes he's a tough guy. Which he is neither of.

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