Harrison Ford got wind of some compliments from a undesirable source this week -- when he heard that Donald Trump was quoted in a recent New York Times story talking about his role in the movie "Air Force One."
Granted, Ford probably deserves the praise: He plays a bad-ass (and painfully sexy) POTUS that single-handedly kills terrorists to protect his family/the United States. However, Ford took issue with Trump saying he loved him because he "stood up for America."
Not one to support delusional wish-fulfillment talk, Ford got super real when the Australian morning show Studio 10's interviewer asked for his take, turning to the camera to address the wannabe James Marshall directly -- and he basically told him to get off his plane.
“It’s a movie. Donald, it was a movie," he said. "It’s not like this in real life. But how would you know?”
Before executing that sick burn, Ford also lobbed a pretty solid (read: terrible) dad joke, employing the groan-worthy "I misheard you" trope: “Oh, president? I thought it was resident. So he’s not only going to live there, he’s going to run the show? Oh, that not so much. I don’t think so."