George Clooney made his feelings about Donald Trump’s presidency clear once again on Friday night, when he accepted the honouary Cesar Award at a ceremony in Paris.

Clooney was joined by friend, fellow actor Jean Dujardin, who provided a joking “translation” of what the American was trying to say, before things took a more serious tone.

George Clooney and AmalGeorge Clooney spoke about Trump at the Cesar Awards on Friday

Accepting the award, Clooney first apologised for his “horrible” French, before asking Dujardin to translate for him. Clooney began by saying: “Over the course of my career, I’ve had the great fortune of working with some incredible filmmakers who have protected me and inspired me and taught me what an honour it is to work in film.”

Which Dujardin translated as (via Deadline): “Donald Trump is a danger for the world, and I will do everything to oppose the fear and hate that has settled in.”

Clooney then declared: “Love trumps hate” which became “Trump loves hate,” and “Right always trumps wrong”, translated by Dujardin as, “Trump is always wrong.”

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However Dujardin then stopped translating when the speech took a more serious tone. “I was thinking about Edward R Murrow as we find ourselves nostalgic for when America was great and when the news wasn’t fake,” Clooney said. “Maybe his words some 60 years ago can help put things in perspective.

“We must not confuse dissent with disloyalty. We must not walk in fear of one another. We must not be driven by fear into an age of unreason,” he continued.

“The actions of this president have caused alarm and dismay amongst our allies abroad and given considerable comfort to our enemies, and whose fault is that? Not really his.

“He didn’t create this situation of fear, he merely exploited it — and rather successfully,” Clooney concluded. “Cassius was right: The fault, dear Brutus, lies not in our stars but in ourselves.”