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The moment came during Ford’s appearance on "Jimmy KimmelJames (Jimmy) Christian KimmelMark Hamill suggests Michelle Obama for Dems' 2020 VP pick Harrison Ford takes swipe at 'son of a b----' Trump in Jimmy Kimmel interview Five things to watch for at this year's Oscars MORE Live!" on Monday shortly after late-night host Jimmy Kimmel jokingly asked the actor if he had seen the reviews “pouring in” about his new film, “The Call of the Wild,” which is slated to hit theaters later this month.

Kimmel then pointed to an edited copy of a Hollywood Reporter magazine and began reading fake reviews of the film by Trump such as “This was a perfect call” or “I call it a perfect call because it was.”


The fake reviews were actually comments Trump has made to defend his call with Zelensky, which later became the subject of a whistleblower complaint that prompted the House to launch an impeachment investigation into his dealings with Ukraine. 

Ford, a frequent Trump critic, then joined in on the joke moments later, adding, "That's the first thing that son of a bitch has done for me — ever."

The “Indiana Jones” actor previously criticized Trump in remarks at the World Government Summit in Dubai last year, calling on world leaders to do more to combat climate change. He said Trump, who he did not refer to by name, had denigrated science.

"Around the world, elements of leadership, including in my own country, to preserve their state and the status quo, deny or denigrate science,” he said then. “They are on the wrong side of history.”

He also captured headlines several years back when he mocked Trump after the then-GOP presidential nominee complimented him for his patriotic role in the film "Air Force One," in which Ford portrayed President James Marshall. 

At the time, Ford said, “It’s a movie. Donald, it was a movie. It’s not like this in real life. But how would you know?”