In a recent interview with Stephen Colbert, the Hollywood powerhouse and superstar Sean Penn claimed that Monday's Presidential Debate between the Republican leader Donald Trump and the Democrat leader Hillary Clinton was not even a "political debate." When the Late Night show host asked his guest if he watched the much-anticipated debate on TV, Penn replied that he didn't as it was more like a "social debate' rather than a political one. "I don't think there is a political debate going on," Penn said.

Sean Penn and Hollywood secret society

I recently read about a secret society in Hollywood calledFriends of Abe --few people in or out of Hollywood have heard of -- "has become one of the most influential political organizations in the entertainment industry."

Friends of Abe is regarded as one of the most "discreet" and "influential Republican political organization" in Hollywood.

It has been claimed that the secret society is formed of Donald Trump's Republican Party members by many media outlets. Its members also include Hollywood mega stars such as Clint Eastwood, Kelsey Grammer, Patricia Heaton, Jon Voight, Jerry Bruckheimer, Dennis Miller, Robert Duvall, and Tom Selleck.

Sean Penn as a powerful politician

During the interview with Stephen Colbert Sean Pennlikened voting for Donald Trump to "masturbating your way into hell." Even though the Hollywood giantgave the audiences a choice of either going for "pissing on a tree" or voting forHillary Clinton "who then you can challenge and support which is the only way that any kind of president can have any success -- and stick it out for four years."

The controversial star who has ties with the most powerful people in the world: he had an interview with the world's most dangerous gangster El Chapo (he was on the run at that time and listed in the most wanted man in the world when Sean Penn's photograph shaking hands with the boss leaked), and he is also behind deleting the Panama Paperfiles by mistake (allegedly).

Trump's influence in Hollywood

The following is a statement taken from Andy Kroll's article Conservatives Anonymous: "In liberal Hollywood, Republicans have formed one of industry's most influential (and most discreet) political organizations";

Over the years Friends of Abe has become an essential stop for theRepublican Party circuit.

Nearly every Republican candidate for president in the past decade has spoken at the group's monthly gatherings. Donald Trump considered Friends of Abe so important that one of his earliest events after he announced he was running for president was a speech before the group.

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