Harrison Ford brands Donald Trump a 'son of a b***h' in Jimmy Kimmel interview

Harrison Ford brands Donald Trump a 'son of a b***h' in Jimmy Kimmel interview

Harrison Ford took aim at President Donald Trump during his recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

The 77-year-old actor branded the 45th President as a "son of a b***h", as the talk show host joked about how Trump would hypothetically respond to Ford's new film, Call of the Wild.

Fifty-two-year-old Kimmel presented the Star Wars actor with a mocked-up promotional poster for the film, which featured made-up reviews from the erstwhile Apprentice star.

Check out the moment below (I've never seen Harrison Ford laugh so hard):

The "reviews" were inspired by the President's insistence that his phone call with the Ukranian President Volodymyr Zelensky, which was a standout moment from the recent impeachment inquiry, was "perfect".

"Have you seen the reviews?" Kimmel asked before reading out the conjecture. "That call was perfect - Donald J. Trump, he said. "This was a perfect call."

"'It was a great call. Not just a good call, it was a perfect call.' The reviews are really pouring in," he continued.

Ford then burst into laughter, telling Kimmel "That’s the first thing that son of a b***h has done for me… ever."

And it wasn't over then, Kimmel proceeded to mention his next guest ‘Science Bob’ Pflugfelder, which prompted Ford to reference Trump's contentious stance on climate change.

"We don’t believe in science anymore,” he asserted, before asking the audience: "Nobody here believes in science anymore?"

Trump was acquitted by the Senate in his impeachment trial last week, when he was cleared of obstructing Congress and the abuse of power while in office.

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This is not the first time that the actor has slammed Trump's stance on climate change. While accepting an award from environmental charity Conservation International back in 2017, he said:

“Today’s greatest threat is not climate change, not pollution, not flood or fire. It’s that we’ve got people in charge of important s**t who don’t believe in science.”