New York Daily News - - CONFIDENTIAL - J.B. Smoove Larry David.

cel­e­brat­ing the na­tional an­them the way they wish or want to, he’s not des­e­crat­ing the flag in any way,” Cranston ar­gued. “He’s not talk­ing. I don’t know how much more re­spect­ful he could be.”

Ac­cord­ing to Cranston, it’s Pres­i­dent who needs to re-think his ac­tions af­ter ar­gu­ing last week that NFL team own­ers should fire “their play­ers” for ex­press­ing their po­lit­i­cal views be­fore games.

“I think our Pres­i­dent needs a re­fresher course in Amer­i­can his­tory,” he said. “We wouldn’t have a coun­try with­out dis­sent. We would not ex­ist, so em­brace it.”

Cranston, who won a 2014 Tony for play­ing civil rights-era Pres­i­dent Lyn­don John­son in “All the Way,” wants to re­mind his fel­low Amer­i­cans that we’re all on the same team.

“The per­son who has a dif­fer­ent opin­ion than you is not your en­emy,” he said. “That’s the thing we’ve got to get away from.” knew from the get-go that he had great chem­istry with The co­me­dian who plays Leon on “Curb Your En­thu­si­asm” says that he never had so much fun at an au­di­tion as he did at “Curb.” The “SNL” alum also told Con­fi­den­tial that he’s never been of­fended by any of the show’s sto­ry­lines. “Avoid­ing is­sues is not a way of open­ing up,” he ex­plained. “Open­ing up al­lows the mind to open up and make it a lit­tle more re­lat­able.”

Judi Dench Michelle Mon­aghan looked stun­ning in Pra­bal Gu­rung at the New City Bal­let Gala. REAKING BAD” Cranston Trump

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