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Dinner with Donald Trump seems like a total and real headache, right?

Well, Woody Harrelson can verify. For him, the experience was so obnoxious that he excused himself midway through to smoke a joint.

Harrelson, who has actually because quit smoking cigarettes weed, detailed the experience to his unbearable buddy Bill Maher on Friday night’s Real Time.

In 2002, Harrelson described, he participated in a supper with his pal Jesse Ventura. Trump was likewise in presence — in truth, he was courting Ventura to be his running mate on (get this) the 2004 Democratic governmental ticket.

“It was ruthless,” he continued. “I never ever fulfilled a more egotistical male. He discussed himself the entire time. I needed to go out, like, midway through to smoke a joint … simply to, like, steel myself for the rest of it.”

Harrelson’s complete interview is listed below. The Trump story begins at around the 4:12 mark, so we ‘d suggest beginning there unless you wish to pay attention to a strangely apologist discussion about Lyndon B. Johnson.

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