Larry David Rails Against ‘Sociopath’ Donald Trump: He’s a ‘Sick Man’ and ‘Little Baby’ Who ‘Just Couldn’t Admit to Losing. And We Know He Lost!’

Larry David railed against “little baby” Donald Trump in a recent interview on CNN’s “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?” The “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Seinfeld” creator has long spoken out against Trump, even having his fictionalized “Curb” self wear a Make America Great Hat in a Season 10 episode because it’s a “a great people repellant.”

“How much has the 2020 election — and everything that has flowed from it — pissed you off?” Wallace asked David.

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David fired back that he “can’t go a day without thinking about what [Trump has] done to this country because he’s such a little baby.”

“He’s thrown 250 years of democracy out the window by not accepting the results of [the election]. I mean, it’s so crazy. He’s such a sociopath. He’s so insane. He just couldn’t admit to losing. And we know he lost! He knows he lost!” David continued. “And look how he’s fooled everybody. He’s convinced all these people that he didn‘t lose. He’s such a sick man. He is so sick.”

“Anyway, no, it hasn’t impacted me at all,” David joked.

David has never been one to hide his disdain for Trump and his associates. He went viral in 2021 for confronting lawyer Alan Dershowtiz, who was once a member of Trump’s defense team, at a convenience store on Martha’s Vineyard while on vacation.

“Larry David walks in to buy some groceries. I say, ‘Hey. Hi, Larry,’ and he turns away, and he just walks away. I say, ‘Larry, can’t we at least talk?’ He said, ‘No. You’re disgusting,’” Dershowitz later said of the encounter. “He called me disgusting, and he said he could never talk to me. Here’s a guy who used to come to our house to work out in the gym. He would come to our house for dinner two or three times a summer.”

David’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm” is currently airing its 12th and final season on HBO. David’s full interview on “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?” streams March 29 on Max.

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