From the moment he came down the escalator to announce his candidacy for the US presidency, Donald Trump became the object of much criticism among celebrities from around the world. Here are a few topics celebrities commented on and what a few of them said.
Actress Debra Messing criticized Trump and his followers for Trump’s attitude toward the virus on Twitter, saying many would die, including Maga loyalists.
Actor, writer, and director Rob Reiner tweeted that Trump needed to be stopped from speaking publicly about the virus, then removed from office.
In a tweet, Trevor Noah said Trump “bumbled” his way through handling the virus.
Captain America star Chris Evans criticized Trump via tweet for not taking questions after a speaking event, asking for answers about Coronavirus from Trump and not VP Pence.
Mega-star entertainer Bette Midler criticized Trumps’ handling of information, suggesting he should not be believed about his test was negative because he lies about everything, according to her tweet.
Writer and comic Larry David said watching Trump speak daily on the virus turned him into a maniac who yells at the tv because of what Trump says.
Actor Don Cheadle criticized Trump’s “Chinese virus” label, suggesting Trump was trying to deflect attention from his response onto China.
During and after the Trump-Putin summit that took place after the Russian collusion story took hold, many celebrities had much to say. The criticism mostly centered on Trump’s open questioning of American intelligence concerning Russian interference in the election.
Actor/director Zack Braff tweeted “treason is trending” during the summit.
Actor Jeffrey Wright suggested the summit was a show, sarcastically asking Kim Jong-Un to join the charade.
Rob Reiner criticized Trump for meeting with Putin but refusing to meet with Robert Mueller, who was investigating the President’s alleged connection to Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Comedienne Chelsea Handler made homosexual/homophobic insinuations about the men’s relationship during the summit.
Bette Midler called Trump a traitor for not addressing Russian interference in the election with Putin. Actress Rosanna Arquette echoed that sentiment.
Actor Chris Meloni outrightly called Trump an agent of Putin.
Famed actress Mia Farrow stated that Trump’s “first allegiance is to Russia.”
Iconic actor Carl Reiner accused Trump of treason for “denigrating our… FBI… and praising Putin.”
Figure skater Adam Rippon called Trump “Putin’s puppet.”
Some politicians opined as well.
Senator Elizabeth Warren said by embracing Putin and questioning the FBI’s intelligence gathering, Trump “betrayed America’s institutions… and attacked our democracy.”
Senator Jeff Flake remarked on Trump standing with the Russian dictator while blaming the US for Russian aggression.
Representative Nancy Pelosi said Russia must have had blackmail material to make Trump behave the way he did.
A few celebrity television news channel personalities added their influential voices to the chorus.
MSNBC anchor Joy Reid remarked on Trump’s refusal to address Putin directly about Russia’s interference only to shift attention to Hillary Clinton.
CNN’s Lawrence O’Donnell noted Trump’s lack of anti-Putin bravery.
A few celebrities had long-standing feuds with President Trump across many issues along the timeline.
Model Chrissy Teigen took umbrage at President Trump’s description of her as John Legend’s “filthy-mouthed wife,” using profanity to describe the fact that Trump didn’t tag her on his Twitter attack.
The feud between Donald Trump and comic turned daytime talk show host-turned co-host of ABC’s The View Rosie O’Donnell goes back years to O’Donnell’s characterization of Trump as a snake-oil salesman and flared up as soon as Trump announced his candidacy. Commenting on it more than once, O’Donnell still holds that it is Trump who will not let the feud end.
Second, only to O’Donnell is Robert DeNiro. DeNiro began by insulting Trump personally as a candidate then moved into attacking his policies, even stating his belief that Trump would engineer a third term for himself
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