Hollywood actor Danny DeVito defends Jeremy Corbyn over Labour's ongoing anti-Semitism row. He was speaking at the Los Angeles season premiere of the US sitcom It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005- ) a sitcom that just had its 13th season launched.
One of the actors from the show is Danny DeVito, and although he plays one of the most amoral figures in TV history, in real life, he is all about the human rights.
The 73-year-old actor is closely monitoring the political scene, not only in the US, but in the whole world, and is a big supporter of Jeremy Corbyn - the Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition, in the British parliament.
Corbyn was at the Palestinian Martyr's Cemetery in Tunisia, in 2014, attending a wreath-laying ceremony, as a tribute to the victims of a 1985 air-strike, and to promote peace in the Middle East.
But, because some members of the Black September terrorist group - the ones that killed 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympic games - have been buried there, evil tongues accused Corbyn for anti-Semitism.
For Denny DeVito it is just a weak attempt to attack Corbyn, without any reason.