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‘Modern Family’creator leave in protest against immigration policies Trump

Steve Levitan, the creator of the popular series ‘Modern Family’, has his dismissal given at 21st Century Fox. He’s leaving because Fox News, the nieuwstak of the media company, the policies of Donald Trump supports to immigrant children from their parents to separate the American-Mexican border.

“The support for the NRA, conspiracy theories and the lies of Trump attack me every day heavier and heavier,” says Levitan on Twitter. In that environment, he finds it hard to make a “program to worry about inclusiveness”.

There are already ten seasons of ‘Modern Family’. In the popular series of games starring as Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara.

Levitan doesn’t have to fear that his career is done. Both Comcast and Disney have already shown interest in his work, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Levitan is not the only employee at 21st Century Fox that his dissatisfaction has already been expressed about the decision of the government Trump. Including Seth McFarlane, the creator of “Family Guy” and director Paul Feig, who are successful films for Fox made, were already on the measure.

More than 2,300 children have been separated from their parents.

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