It's been a busy day for George Clooney at the 69th Cannes Film Festival! The Oscar winner publicly denounced Donald Trump on the same day he posed for photos with wife Amal, along with Jodie Foster and Julia Roberts, while promoting their new film Money Monster at the picturesque French film fest.

While being interviewed by members of the international press, the outspoken actor made his feelings clear. "There's not going to be a President Donald Trump. That's not going to happen," said Clooney,

The superstar, who held a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton last month in Los Angeles where tickets were $353,400 per couple, also added that, "Fear is not going to be something that drives our country. We're not going to be scared of Muslims or immigrants or women. We're not actually afraid of anything."

You tell 'em, George!

Luckily, Clooney was able to take a break from talking politics to pose for pics with gorgeous gals Julia and Jodie. For the Money Monster photocall, Julia opted for an unusual, menswear-inspired pinstripe jumpsuit. Jodie, who directed the film, on the other hands selected simple white sheath dress and silver sandals. The Cloones looked dashing as always in a black suit and black button down shirt.

In the film, Clooney plays Lee Gates, a Wall Street guru who hosts a TV show Money Monster. During a live broadcast, a disgruntled investor (Jack O'Connell), who lost everything after taking Gates' advice, storms the television show and takes the host hostage. Suddenly, during a live broadcast, disgruntled investor Kyle Budwell storms onto the set and takes Gates hostage. Aided by his longtime producer (Roberts), the money man tries to find a way out of this deadly situation.