The Duck Dynasty star has slammed the way people in the US are treated.
The show’s star, Phil Robertson, spoke out against President Donald Trump’s proposed travel ban on predominantly black countries in an interview with The Guardian newspaper on Sunday.
The interview sparked a huge backlash on social media, and the Duck Dynasty patriarch, whose reality TV show is hugely popular in the U.S., has since apologized for his comments.
Robertson said he was not trying to incite violence against the black community, but rather to “bring the conversation to a stop and have the country be better”.
In the interview, which was broadcast in English, he said that the Trump administration had made his country a target.
“We are going to do what we’re going to have to do to get through this,” Robertson said.
“And we are going do it well.
We’re going do what the country is supposed to do.”
Robertson’s comments came as a backlash against the U,S.
president over the proposed travel bans on predominantly Muslim countries, including Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen.
While the Trump government has yet to comment on the proposed bans, Trump has previously said that Muslims are “going to be banned”, despite the fact that the U is the most populous Muslim-majority country in the world.
“It’s the biggest and the toughest thing they’ve ever done,” he said.
The ban is expected to take effect on Jan. 25.
The travel ban was first proposed by the Trump transition team in January.
In the video, Robertson explained that he is “ready to go do the exact same thing I’ve done in the past.”
“It would be a shame if I were the first person to do it, I’m not.
It would be sad if I was the first,” he added.
The former reality TV star has been outspoken in his criticism of Trump, but he also said that his own family, which he owns, would be in danger if he tried to leave the country.
“I would be dead, man.
I would be gone.
If they had a problem with my family, they would not let me leave.
I am the first one out, the first out, and I’m going to make it a reality,” he explained.
“They will take my family.
They will take all of us.
I have a right to come here and live.”