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While promoting his new film Draft Day, Kevin Costner talked about his disappointment in President Obama after campaigning for him back in 2008.
Costner thinks Obama’s policies have been bad for business, which is the aspect of his presidency that’s been most troubling for the actor since he's a business owner.
However, he did also say, "It's the hardest job in the world, and I believe he's trying to stand tall."
Costner told BET, businesses don’t “catch the breaks they need to catch” under a “strict Democratic view.”
Costner also admitted, “I have differences with the president.”
As we previosuly reported, Draft Day, also starring Jennifer Garner, stars Costner as Sonny Weaver, the general manager for the Cleveland Browns. Weaver has the opportunity to make the number one draft pick, but his choices intersect with his personal and professional life.
Draft Day hits theaters Friday, April 11. This marks the first film for Costner in a few years, as he took a break from acting for a while.