When asked about the divisive presidential candidate's Saturday Night Live hosting gig this Saturday, the Colombian-Puerto Rican comedian said he wasn’t pleased.
"I'm all for freedom of speech, don't get me wrong. I believe in freedom of speech. This is different. This is celebrating somebody,” Leguizamo said. “He's not doing it politically. He's not on '60 Minutes' where they're asking him real questions.”
"If he had said those things about any other ethnic group he would not be on that SNL," he said. "I mean I find SNL to do that and NBC. I find it really insulting. I find it hurtful and insulting and you're celebrating somebody who has said some horrible things. I find it unacceptable. I will not watch ... I won't watch SNL anymore."
Leguizamo also had some comments about another Republican presidential candidate, Cuban-American contender Marco Rubio.
"[Rubio] is on the wrong side unfortunately. Latin people for Republicans are like roaches for Raid," the comedian said.
Watch the interview above, and let us know what you think of Leguizamo’s remarks.