Jack Black Throws Horrible Insult at Donald Trump During Walk of Fame Ceremony

'School of Rock' and 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' star chose to conclude his speech by targeting the president

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Comedic actor Jack Black made it clear this week he is no fan of President Donald Trump.

During the ceremony for his new Walk of Fame star in Hollywood on Tuesday, Black made sure to carve some time out to call Trump a “piece of s***” as his friends, family and others stood right there with him.

The “School of Rock” star concluded his speech with a message to the president by saying, “I love you all so much. Except for Donald Trump. He’s a piece of s***! Peace out, love you!”

Before that insult, Black, 49, kept things relatively light and positive.

“I’ve wanted one of these things for so long,” he said.

“Since I was a kid I thought, ‘Oh man, if you get one of those stars on the sidewalk that means you’ve made it.’ And I feel like I’ve finally grasped that sweet brass ring.”

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He also joked about retirement.

“I’m here to announce my retirement. I got the thing! Why continue? I’ve made it.”

Filmmakers Richard Linklater, Tim Robbins and Mike White all spoke about Black in glowing terms at the ceremony.

“He’s the most charitable sweetheart of a guy,” Linklater, who directed “School of Rock,” said.

“But from what I know working with him, I just wanna say, he’s such a great guy to hang out with.”

Mike White, who wrote and starred in “School of Rock,” also said of his friend, “The bigger the legend you are, like, the human, the person, recedes. What I think is the most impressive is that the legend that [people] love is incredibly close to the actual person that he is.”

Jack Black has recently starred in the hit movies “Goosebumps” and “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.”

Both films appealed to a family-friendly audience, and many parents will likely not like the vulgar language Black has aimed at the president.

Black’s latest film, which opens this Friday nationwide, is “The House with a Clock in Its Walls.” The movie is another family-friendly adventure. The story follows a young boy who is helping his uncle (Black) to find a clock that could bring about the end of the world. It is based on the novel by John Bellairs and directed by Eli Roth (“Death Wish,” “Hostel”).

Check out a trailer for the movie below:

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