“There’s a really interesting argument, this is the part that makes you a little crazy,” said Clooney, before touching on Meryl Streep’s Golden Globes speech criticizing Trump. “When Meryl spoke, everyone on that one side was, ‘Well that’s elitist Hollywood speaking.’ Donald Trump has 22 acting credits in television… He collects $120,000 a year in his Screen Actors Guild pension fund. Uhh? He is a Hollywood elitist.”
Indeed, in addition to being the heir to a real estate magnate who received millions of dollars from his father to help keep his business afloat (and tens of millions more upon his death to help lift him out of debt), his alleged billionaire status, living in a gold penthouse in New York City, and saying that the most dangerous place he’s ever been to is Brooklyn, Trump received a $110,228 pension from the Screen Actors Guild, according to his relatively vague financial disclosure forms he submitted during the campaign. Trump has appeared in everything from Home Alone 2 and Sex and the City to Zoolander, and hosted the reality competition series The Apprentice—and its star-fucking spin-off, Celebrity Apprentice—for close to a decade.