Indian origin American actor Aziz Ansari is the latest to join the list of celebrities requesting young people to vote. The “Master of None” mocked Trump in a video for the #WHYWEVOTE campaign, reported Entertainment Weekly.
“How many celebrities have made these stupid videos? Robert Downey Jr made one, DiCaprio made one, Jennifer Lawrence made one. These people are way more famous than me! Why do you need me?” Ansari asked.
The campaign is using the internet to encourage and energize young people to vote in the election and the video finds the actor ditching his signature comedy routine for a serious message.
“There’s a guy running that says he hates brown people. That’s not enough?!. He doesn’t believe in climate change!
Do you realize how dumb you have to be to not believe in climate change at this point? Go vote! Please!,” he said.
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The ad is set to run in the key battleground states of Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, and Nevada on digital platforms ahead of the historic November 8 election