When I first started, when I was 25 years old, a long time ago, no expectation."He added: "Now, you’ve hopefully got something to live up to.”Ross was also today speaking about his recent visit to Mexico for the new series of his own venture Extreme World, and said that a wall of the kind Donald Trump has called for just wouldn't work.“Geographically it’s impossible, for starters, the mountain ranges, the desert, it would never happen," he insisted. No way could the Mexicans afford to pay for it, neither do I believe could the United States.
During his time as a bishop he was the acknowledged leader of the Anglo-Catholic wing of his Church, a role that he shared for some years with Dr Graham Leonard, the Bishop of London; and his decision to remain in office into the next century was motivated almost entirely by his relentless opposition to the ordination of women to the priesthood.
And the former Eastenders actor said he could see parallels between their racist nationalism and the rhetoric surrounding Donald Trump's campaign for the US presidency, as well as the rise in reports of racial abuse after the referendum in the UK.
He said: 'Because of the internet there has been a big growth in the populism of people like Trump because it's very simple, it's "We don't like you, we are going to build a wall and that is going to keep you out and solve all our problems".''In the past, politics was more complex than that but there has been an oversimplification of what is going on and I think Nazism is pretty simple in its basic points. The actor has established himself as a BAFTA-winning investigative journalist since he left the soap, travelling around the world to report on ISIS in Syria, the British Army in Afghanistan and gangs in Los Angeles.'I think it was ill-thought out, the entire referendum.