Entertainment Brad Pitt Supports Joe Biden in New Campaign Ad as 'a President for All Americans’
Angelina Jolie: Bitter defeat in the divorce war with Brad Pitt
The bitter divorce proceedings between the former Hollywood dream couple Angelina Jolie (45) and Brad Pitt (56) have been raging for four years. Especially the custody issues for the six children Maddox (19), Pax (16), Zahara (15), Shiloh (14) and the twins Knox and Vivienne (both 12), puts the quarreling ex-couple to an acid test. Most recently, Jolie tried to get judge John W. Ouderkirk to be excluded from the proceedings because of partiality .
is supporting Democratic presidential candidate ahead of the Nov. 3 election.
The actor, 56, lent his voice to atitled "Make Life Better," which features footage of Biden, 77, and wife Jill greeting voters on the campaign trail. It aired on Sunday during Game 5 of the World Series.
"America is a place for everyone," Pitt narrates. "Those who chose this country, those who fought for it. Some Republicans, some Democrats and most, somewhere in between, all looking for the same thing: someone who understands their hopes, their dreams, their pain, to listen, to bring people together, to get up everyday and work to make life better for families like yours."
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie: custody battle deepens, 21 witnesses expected
© JLPPA / Bestimage Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie: custody battle deepens, 21 witnesses expected So As tensions have calmed down between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt for a while, their legal battle is intensifying. The two actors, determined to obtain custody of their children, asked for the help of several relatives. After a heated divorce to say the least, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had glimpsed a possible reconciliation. But the peace will have been of short duration .
"To look you in the eyes, to treat you with respect and tell you the truth," he continues. "To work just as hard for the people that voted for him as those that didn't. To be a president for all Americans."
Pitt has typically supported Democratic candidates over the years, having endorsedduring his presidential races in 2008 and 2012.
As the election nears, many A-list celebs have thrown their support behind Biden and his running mateas opposed to President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
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© Zuma Press / Bestimage Will Angelina Jolie let Brad Pitt see their children at Christmas? Next November Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will appear before a judge to discuss custody of their children during the next vacation. Will the mother accept that her ex spends Christmas holidays with her children? Nothing is less certain ... New legal battle in sight for the former couple formed by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
On Oct. 20, various stars from the ever-popularfilm series joined Harris, 56, for a to support the Democratic presidential ticket.
Hosted by the, the event featured cast members , , , , and . The stars hosted a Q&A segment and trivia game.
Other stars to publicly support Biden for president include: Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez, Katherine Schwarzenegger, Cher, Bon Jovi, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lawrence, and Mel Brooks.
Trump, meanwhile, has the support of 50 Cent, Kirstie Alley, Scott Baio, and Jon Voight.
Read Joe Biden’s 2014 Memo to Staff About Putting Family First: 'This Is Very Important to Me' .
"I do not expect nor do I want any of you to miss or sacrifice important family obligations for work," reads the letter"I would like to take a moment and make something clear to everyone. I do not expect nor do I want any of you to miss or sacrifice important family obligations for work," reads the letter, dated Nov. 7, 2014. "Family obligations include but are not limited to family birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, any religious ceremonies such as first communions and bar mitzvahs, graduations, and times of need such as illness or loss in the family. This is very important to me.