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Tim Allen says that living in Hollywood right now is akin to Nazi Germany.

Allen is one of a few known Republican or conservative-leaning actors in Hollywood, the list of which also includes Dennis Miller, Jon Voight, Kelsey Grammer and James Woods.

"You've got to be real careful around here", Allen said of speaking positively of President Donald Trump in Hollywood.

During an interview on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last week, Allen was asked about going to President Trump's inaugural events, and Allen insisted he went to events for both Democrats and Republicans.

'I don't know what happened.

And yet, here's how Deadline.com headlined their story: "Tim Allen Compares Being A Conservative In Hollywood To '30s Germany". "I've never been to anything like that".

In this context, Allen humorously noted that when some people in Hollywood hear he attended inauguration festivities, they have a negative reaction.

The late-night comedian agreed with the rest of America that the some of the budget cuts that Trump proposed is a little absurd.

His analogy provoked backlash on social media, but it's not the first time Allen has sparked controversy due to his political comments. "That show teaches so many things he needs to know, which thing is bigger than the other, how to spell, the importance of telling the truth and sharing, listening to others, maybe throw in some school house rock, he could find out how government works". These are guys that have great material that have very bad comedy timing. "But if you had any kind of inkling that you were for Trump, you got bullied", he explained. "And it gets a bit hypocritical for me".


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