Who doesn’t love Tom Hanks?
Whether the actor agrees with something or not, Hanks always keeps an open mind no matter the topic.
On Tuesday, Hanks was honored at the Museum of Modern Art’s (MoMA) 9th annual Film Benefit in New York.
While Hanks willingly accepted the honor, he wasn’t so quick to dismiss President-elect Trump. As usual, Hanks kept it upbeat, saying, “We are going to be all right.”
America has been in worse places than we are at right now. In my own lifetime, our streets were in chaos, our generations were fighting each other tooth and nail.. That’s all right.
We have this magnificent thing that is in place. It’s a magnificent document and it starts off with the phrases that, if you’re smart enough, you’ve memorized in school or just read enough to that you could put it by heart, or you watched those things on ABC where they taught you a little song in order to sing. And the song goes, 'We the people, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare,' and it goes on and on. That document is going to protect us over and over again, whether or not our neighbors preserve, protect and defend it themselves..