The Oscar winning actor has written an essay in which he slams racism in America and took aim at President Trump for his handling of the crisis following the death of George Floyd last week.
George Clooney has written a powerful essay about the race riots sweeping America in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd who died after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck.
The 59-year-old Hollywood star has called for justice following the death of Mr Floyd, who died last week aged 46-years-old.
And the Oscar winning star has declared the death was murder and compared racism across the USA to a pandemic which has infected the country for four centuries.
George shared his thoughts in a letter he wrote to The Daily Beast which was published online on Monday – one week after the shocking death of George Floyd.