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Mariam Margolis still has strong feelings for Boris Johnson after she called him a clown and made him understand that she held him fully responsible for the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
The Harry Potter actress was criticized last year for saying she wanted the prime minister to catch Covid-19 and die.
A few months later, not much has changed. Mariam, 79, said Johnson made bad decisions during the health crisis.
The actress told Good Morning Britain that they have a clown there that I didn’t vote for, and I blame him for this mess.
She also waved smallpox and said that when the time came, she would be vaccinated against the coronavirus.
They need to let it go, it’s ridiculous. I hope to get the vaccine as soon as possible, I’m 79 years old so not 80 yet. I’ll be 80 in May and maybe I can get it in Italy before I go back [to the UK], she said.
I’m not going to England until it’s safe.
Mariam also responded to the shocking events across the pond with Donald Trump’s second indictment and the violent riots on Capitol Hill earlier this month.
Mariam Margolis still has strong feelings for Boris Johnson (Photo: ITV)
I am stunned and disgusted, Mariam told presenters Suzanne Reed and Ben Shepard.
She added that was her nickname for Mr. Trump reveals: Let’s say it ends with a hole and starts with a hole.
He’s a dangerous man. He’s a fascist…. It seems there was a plan and a conspiracy for the invasion.
Mr. Trump’s supporters are even more numerous: They need a spanking.
Boris is not exactly Mariam’s favorite politician (Photo: Reuters).
When asked about the future of America, Mariam said: This is going to take a long time. I think these are the remnants of the Civil War.
I had the pleasure of meeting all those rust belt people who voted for Trump, and I knew then that he was coming in.
Last May, Mariam shocked viewers of The Last Leg by talking about Boris: It was hard for me not to wish Boris Johnson dead.
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I wanted him dead. Then I thought it would be bad for me, and I don’t want to be the kind of person who wants people to die. And then I wanted him to get better, which he did, he got better. But he has not improved as a person. And I prefer that.
Ofcom launched an investigation after receiving complaints but eventually dropped the case and Mariam later stated that she did not regret her words.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
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