Ashton Kutcher sidesteps Demi Moore's charges, seeks Trump's ouster after meeting Ukraine president
Kutcher said in a series of tweets to watch out for witch hunt, collusion, and fake news and urged people to focus on facts.
After posting and deleting a picture which showed his ex-wife Demi Moore bent over the toilet after she accused him of infidelity during their eight-year-long marriage in her newly released memoir 'Inside Out', Ashton Kutcher's focus took a complete U-turn after the White House released a transcript of the call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on September 25.
Kutcher, who has been in the headlines ever since news outlets got their hands on excerpts from the 56-year-old actress' tell-all, which delved into how the former couple engaged in threesomes among other revelations, has mostly refrained from speaking about his ex's book except the slip-up, which led to Moore accusing him of shaming her.
Instead of responding to her latest accusations, Kutcher chose to speak about the impeachment proceedings launched against Trump. According to a report by Too Fab, Kutcher and his wife, Mila Kunis, met with Zelensky and his wife, Olena Zelenska, “a little over a week ago." He subsequently pushed for Trump's impeachment. "My gut: He is committed to eliminating corruption in Ukraine," Kutcher said. "He’s also committed to ending the war and grateful for the US financial commitment because they needed it. If our president used that financial aid to leverage president Zelensky to investigate Biden he should be impeached. If our president did not use it as leverage and simply encouraged president Zelensky to investigate Biden without cause, he should be impeached."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the start of an impeachment inquiry against Trump on September 24, which prompted the White House to forward a copy of the transcript of the call to the House Democrats. Hours after the contents of the call were made public, the 'No Strings Attached' actor took to social media and unleashed his political rant.
In a series of tweets on September 25, Kutcher wrote: "America listen closely to the repetition. It’s already begun. On both sides. Do the research and make up your own mind. Buzz words: witch hunt, collusion, fake news. Ignore it all just look at facts. It’s not about what he says or what they think. Or what I think. It’s about what you think. I’m so tired of pundits telling people what to think. They don’t give the American people any credit for their own intelligence and, in fact, they cause people to reject what’s in plain sight. We won’t all come to the same conclusion an (sic) that’s ok. But let’s not let this rip us further apart."