Woody Harrelson says he had to 'fire up a joint' to get through dinner with Donald Trump

Woody Harrelson has revealed he "fired up a joint" in order to get through a dinner with Donald Trump.
The Academy Award-nominated actor said he and his friend Jesse Ventura, who was then the governor of Minnesota, met the US President as New York's Trump Tower ahead of the 2004 US election.
In an interview with The Observer, Harrelson, 56, said: "Talk about a tough dinner to get through. All he could talk about was money.

"After about 45 minutes, I was like 'excuse me', and walked outside and fired up a joint.
"I was like: 'Whoa, how am I going to get through the rest of this meal?' I wouldn't even have dinner with that mother and here he is the f***ing President."
Harrelson, who will appear in the upcoming Star Wars spin off film Solo: A Star Wars Story, said he has now quit smoking cannabis "to get my head together".
"After about 45 minutes, I was like 'excuse me', and walked outside and fired up a joint.
"I was like: 'Whoa, how am I going to get through the rest of this meal?' I wouldn't even have dinner with that mother and here he is the f***ing President."
Harrelson, who will appear in the upcoming Star Wars spin off film Solo: A Star Wars Story, said he has now quit smoking cannabis "to get my head together".

Woody Harrelson has revealed he "fired up a joint" in order to get through a dinner with Donald Trump. The Academy Award-nominated actor said he and his friend Jesse Ventura, who was then the governor of Minnesota, met the US President as New York's Trump Tower ahead of the 2004 US election.