ET's Keltie Knight spoke with Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones at the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, which aired Sunday on TNT and TBS.
Planck: This is an article a Republican might agree with -- by all means, run Bernie. A self-declared socialist, who wants to expand every government program there is while at the same time inventing even more to run people's lives. Then open up the borders an allow everyone from any country in so they can enjoy these benefits too -- don't worry, taxes might go up, but only a little. The Democrats seem to be taking this advice, which comes from a left-wing British Media outlet, where the Labor Party was just wiped out in the last election. It makes a very modest statement, describing Bernie's centrist policies: "his signature policies are a national health insurance program, a living wage, free public higher education, and a serious green energy investment plan." So free college, free health care, and unleash the environmentalists to cordon off any mud puddle that gathers in your back yard, since it might have an endangered bug in it -- this is the dream policy statement for Americans. If they live in a high-rise in New York or Los Angeles, and make a couple million a year, that is. For normal Americans who fight traffic, or actually produce things or make things or do things (say laying brick for example), this is not such a great list. Bernie is probably a decent guy, but he is so far out there that the idea of him getting the nomination would have been laughed at twenty years ago. No one is laughing right now, except maybe Donald Trump.