"I worry about what is the image he's projecting to them".
Throughout her conversation with Haberman, the Funny Girl star addressed the #MeToo movement, former US senator Al Franken's alleged misconduct and Hillary Clinton losing the 2016 presidential election, among many other topics. "As a citizen, that's the role", Streisand told the Times on October 30.
"I mean, this is a man who's kind of, not kind of - he's mean".
As they get back in the auto, with Ariana's hand now wrapped in the bandage, James asks the Problem star if she's okay and she replies, "Yeah, I will be".
The opener begins with Streisand doing some wordless vocalizing that nods to "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)", her 1979 No.1 hit with Donna Summer.
BARBRA Streisand has praised Taylor Swift for taking a stand as the legendary entertainer and activist releases her politically-charged new record Walls ahead of the U.S. midterm elections. "Honest to god, I'm not gonna lie", Grande said. I don't know. I'm just so saddened by this thing happening to our country.
As a counterpoint to this gloom, she combines John Lennon's wistful "Imagine" with the Louis Armstrong classic "What a Wonderful World" and also covers "What the World Needs Now" in a paean to the redemptive power of love.
"He has no facts". I don't know, I can't believe it.
"I gain weight because of Donald trump".
At least twice now, Streisand has blamed alleged "weight gain" on Trump.
Streisand's threat follows another by Hollywood actor James Cromwell - who starred in such movies as "Babe", "The Green Mile", "Big Hero 6", and the TV shows "Boardwalk Empire" and "American Horror Story" - that there soon will be "blood in the streets". I thought that was new and interesting.
Camera IconBarbra Streisand's new album Walls is politically-charged.Picture: Supplied, Supplied. "We make them with healthy flour, though - almond flour, coconut flour", she quipped. I want Hillary Clinton to be president of the United States.
Have a look at what made her say that below.
It turns out that Grande stumbled in the pitch-black venue and fell awkwardly onto her hand.
Walls is released the same day Swift brings her Reputation tour to Sydney's ANZ Stadium, with Streisand speaking exclusively to Stellar magazine in a wide-ranging interview published on Sunday.
"And if, by chance, he gets to heaven, even up there, he'll declare Chapter 11".
James Corden is officially one of the luckiest people in the world.
Streisand then continued to take aim at what she dubbed the "doozy" of an election. "How do you win if we all lose?"