'Homeland' star Patinkin lauds real-life spies, slams Trump

Witness the End of an Era in New Homeland Season 8 Trailer

Witness the End of an Era in New Homeland Season 8 Trailer

He calls on Carrie to join him, but the mission proves more hard when many suspect that Carrie herself was turned during her captivity in Russian Federation.

Though Saul passionately declares in the trailer that he won't turn his back on her, and Carrie similarly claims she would never betray him, the final season clearly has them at odds with one another.

"Carrie steps into Brody's footwear", the EP revealed. It psychically fuses Carrie with Brody in a method that felt proper... "She will be challenged in each method, but when her patriotism is query it's essentially the most profound insult she may think about".

"In our journey to DC, we heard loads concerning the Trump administration".

Patinkin said he had "great respect" for the people who work for USA intelligence and praised them for their willingness to admit past mistakes and how they "sacrificed their lives for the cause". "There have been a variety of unfastened ends to that story that we by no means tied up and to (it was prime) to place Saul on the center of that peace negotiation", mentioned the EP. "We had been vested in telling each side of that story", mentioned Gansa.

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Showtime's Homeland star Mandy Patinkin launched a tirade against President Donald Trump over his attitude toward the USA intelligence services, describing his administration as a "cancer that affects the world globally".

"The irony of the past three years, waging this current government - and the contagion and cancer that is affecting the world worldwide - to go to war with the intelligence community is just insane", said Patinkin, who is becoming increasingly heated.

"You can't go both ways, where you wake up in the morning and say with a tweet that we had an impending knowledge of an event and that's why we did that ... and in the same breath, five minutes earlier or later say, we choose to ignore information about the interference in the 2016 election, "he said".

"So that when they go to the polls to elect their officials, they are voting for people that they believe will stop the killing the hatred and the violence, stop the conflicts, and change the course of humanity, which is profoundly broken right now".

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