Nicole Kidman is diggin “The Don.”
The actress, a dual U.S.-Australian citizenship holder, suggested “we as a country” should support President-elect Donald Trump now that the election is said and done.
“I’m always reticent to start commenting politically; I’ve never done it in terms of America or Australia. I’m issue-based,” Kidman told BBC Two in a wide-ranging interview.
“So I just say, he’s now elected, and we as a country need to support whosever the president because that’s what the country’s based on.”
“Whatever, however that happened, he’s there, and let’s go,” she said.
The “Stepford Wives” star rarely does speak on politics, but has donated to some Democratic causes over the years, FEC records show. She’s “very, very committed to women’s issues,” she told BBC Two.
Kidman also threw a shoutout during the interview to Meryl Streep, the latest celebrity object of the President-elect’s Twitter wrath — crediting the screen legend, among others, with paving the way in Hollywood for women over 40.
Her willingness to accept future President Trump stands in stark contrast to many of her fellow celebs, who’ve voiced loud and frequent resistance to the reality star-turned-politician.
Streep, accepting a Golden Globes lifetime achievement award on Sunday, criticized Trump’s apparent mocking of a disabled New York Times reporter — earning her a Trump tweetstorm calling her “one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood” and “a Hillary flunky who lost big.”