Danny DeVito will move to the UK if Donald Trump becomes President.
The 71-year-old actor has expressed concerns about the upcoming US Presidential election, and has said he will move out of the country if the Republican candidate takes up residence at the White House in November.
Speaking to Chris Moyles on UK radio station Radio X, the Hollywood star joked: "I'm looking at the real estate [in the UK]."
The 'Matilda' star claimed that whilst he had met the 70-year-old businessman in the past, he wouldn't be voting for him because he "alienates folks".
He said: "Oh yeah, our paths crossed once or twice. It's just that he's really self-centred and into his own thing and he does what he does very well, which is alienate folks."
And the 'Batman Returns' actor went one step further, branding Trump as a "clown act" and saying he wasn't sure if the politician "has friends".
DeVito said: "Basically, if you look at it, you look at the clown act on one side - Donald.
"I don't know about his personal life, whether he has friends or not. His family seems to be standing by him."
The 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' actor then turned to UK politics, and compared Donald to the UK's current foreign secretary Boris Johnson, claiming they are "cut from the same cloth".
He said: It's like Boris - you've got the guy, your 'Head...' what is he? He represents you in the world. They're cut from the same cloth."