Larry David Brands Trump ‘Sick Sociopath’, Comments on Net Worth

The creator of “Seinfeld” and star of HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” Larry David, recently criticized former U.S. President Donald Trump in a candid interview on Chris Wallace’s new show. He remarked on Trump’s false assertions concerning the results of the 2020 election, calling him a “little baby,” “sick man,” and “sociopath.” David also commented on his own private life and fortune with striking honesty.

Larry David Chastises Trump’s Behavior

In his appearance on “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?,” David condemned Trump for challenging the legitimacy of the 2020 election results. He expressed deep concern about the long-lasting effect such behavior could have on the nation’s democracy. “You can’t go a day without thinking about what he’s done to this country,” David noted, “He’s thrown 250 years of democracy out the window by not accepting the results of an election.”

David also accused Trump of convincing many people that he had won the election, despite the absence of any factual support for such a claim. He commented, “He’s such a sick man. He’s so sick. Anyway, no, [it] hasn’t impacted me at all.”

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David’s Thoughts on His Wealth

In the same interview, Wallace brought up the topic of David’s wealth, a matter that appeared to make the comedian somewhat uncomfortable. When asked about his net worth, he quickly dismissed the question. “I’m going to say what should have been said to your father: none of your fucking business,” he said. David responded similarly when Wallace pushed further, suggesting David’s fortune could be around $500 million.

“That number is so preposterous,” David quickly countered. When Wallace prompted him once more with a suggested figure of $100 million, David shot back, “Okay, how about, you shut up? Okay. How about you shut up? Is that alright?”

On Living a Regimented Life

David took a more reflective tone when discussing his personal life. He spoke of his preference for routine and avoidance of travel or socializing. “I don’t like traveling. I don’t like going anywhere. I like going to the office. I like playing golf. I like being in my house. I’m so dull and uninteresting. I really don’t enjoy being out and socializing,” he confessed. David added that his statements weren’t part of a comedy routine but his genuine sentiments.

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Wrapping Up

While you might usually see him entertaining us on the small screen, Larry David has reminded us that off-screen, he’s as candid and forthright as his iconic characters on shows like “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Seinfeld”. Whether it’s politics or personal life, he isn’t afraid of expressing his views, even if they are submerged in controversy. To catch all his insightful, often humorous interviews, and more unique content, you can tune into HitPlay.

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