"All of it, every part of it".
Though civilized interaction between two adults should not be news, neither is Vaughn's apparent interest in Republicans.
Liberals are now calling for Vince Vaughn to be fired from whatever movie he's currently working on.
Vaughn is conservative and believes in Trump's policies.
"We have no right to bear arms for thieves; we have the right to bear arms to resist the supreme power of a corrupt and abusive government", he told GQ.
This should be a surprise to anyone given the previous statements supporting Vaughn arming teachers and defending the rights of firearms.
A 30 second video of the encounter quickly went viral late Monday, prompting fervent social media speculation over whether Vaughn is a friend or possibly a supporter of President Trump. And I want nothing more to do with him.
The Wedding Crashers actor and the president are seen engrossed in conversation, nodding and laughing while first lady Melania Trump sits wedged between them in a skybox. "Not anymore", tweeted one user.
In 2016, Vaughn endorsed Rand Paul for president.
Similar events took place past year when Ellen DeGeneres was spotted sitting next to former President George W. Bush at a Dallas Cowboys game. "Nobody cares. Fox & Friends and Hogan Gidley are creating new things".
One of the most outraged tweets came sarcastically from Siraj Hashmi, a Washington Examiner writer who is a staunch right-winger. "The rest of Hollywood should learn from Vince Vaughn".
"When we were invited, I was aware I was going to be surrounded with people from very different views and beliefs-I'm not talking about politics".
The 49-year-old Dodgeball star had gone out to see the Clemson Tigers take on the LSU Tigers in their playoff game, national championship, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdrome, but it got a little red when the president left him officially hung up.