Hollywood director Judd Apatow said Wednesday that President Trump was falling into "a pit of craziness" because he was not adapting to the role of "consoler-in-chief."
"I think the issue with Trump is that he's descending deeper and deeper into a pit of craziness that is not showing that he's learning as a president how to behave," Apatow said Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit in Los Angeles, according to Variety. "It's not like he went to Texas and Florida and visited people in the disaster areas, and then went to Puerto Rico and behaved like a normal human being."
Apatow -- the director behind comedy hits like "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," "Bridesmaids," and "Girls" -- said Trump's trip to Puerto Rico on Tuesday was particularly unpresidential when he lobbed rolls of paper towels into a crowd while meeting with residents affected by Hurricane Maria, which hit the U.S. island territory in September.
"Why is his first thought, 'I'm going to toss these to people around like a T-shirt gun at a football game'? What is going on [in] his head? He's like a guy that's working at a casino," he said. "He's not learning anything."