Actress Jennifer Aniston: “Me and All The Trump Supporter Celebrities Decide To Make A Company Named “Celebrities For Trump”, Which Fight Against All Anti Trump Celebrities, I Think President Trump Needs Our Support”. Do You Support Her?
For the show’s cold open, Alec Baldwin entered the fray with his latest Donald Trump skit, poking fun at the President-elect over his retweet of a 16-year-old boy’s support. During a “security briefing,” Baldwin’s character interrupted the session with “important” news.
“Kellyanne,” Baldwin rasped, “I just retweeted the the best tweet. I mean, wow,” he gushed.
“What a great, smart tweet. This could not wait. It was from a young man named Seth, He’s 16, he’s in high school, and I really did retweet him,” he insisted. “Seriously. This is real.” Kate McKinnon, playing Conaway, stared vacantly into the camera and said, “He really did do this.”
The real Donald Trump didn’t waste any time tweeting about the sketch, sharing his displeasure on, where else, Twitter. #Source UsDLT
Celebrities didn’t keep quiet during the 2016 election cycle and some are still being vocal about the outcome.
And some have simply spoken out against President Donald Trump
There are some of them…
In her Golden Globes speech on Jan. 8, 2017, Meryl Streep criticized Trump for mocking a reporter with a physical disability.
“There was one performance this year that stunned me,” she said. “It sank its hooks in my heart. Not because it was good. It was that moment when the person asking to sit in the most respected seat in our country imitated a disabled reporter.”
“This instinct to humiliate when it’s modeled by someone in the public platform by someone powerful it filters down into everybody’s life,” Streep added. “Disrespect invites disrespect. Violence incites violence.”
Streep was referring to Trump’s speech at a South Carolina rally in 2015 when he flailed his arms and slurred while speaking about New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski. Trump fired back on Twitter, denying the accusations and calling Streep overrated.
In a statement following the release of a video of Trump speaking offensively about women in 2005, Arnold Schwarzenegger said he will not vote for the Republican nominee.
“As proud as I am to label myself a Republican, there is one label I hold above all else — American,” he said. “So I want to take a moment today to remind my fellow Republicans that it is not only acceptable to choose your country over your party — it is your duty.”
On Sept. 24, Olivia Wilde shared a video on Twitter of Donald Trump’s controversial statements about women. She wrote, “As someone who is about to have a daughter, this hits me deep in my core. #NeverTrump.”
Robert De Niro
Actor and New Yorker Robert De Niro has made his opinions on Donald Trump pretty clear. He spoke publicly about his stance on Trump at the 22nd Sarajevo Film Festival on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, calling the presidential candidate “totally nuts.”
“It’s crazy that people like Donald Trump . . . he shouldn’t even be where he is, so God help us,” de Niro said.
He has also spoken in favor of Hillary Clinton. In April 2015 he told The Daily Beast that Hillary Clinton has “earned the right to be president.”
Singer-songwriter John Legend called Trump “racist” on Twitter after Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr. tweeted about the clashes between Trump supporters and protesters in Chicago.
“Ha 5 students when asked why they were protesting couldn’t even answer. The participation medal/micro aggression generation is pretty sad!,” Trump Jr. tweeted.
“[email protected] I think they were protesting your racist father. This isn’t complicated,” Legend wrote.
After the exchange received media attention, Legend tweeted, “This is not controversial. This is not news. The sky is blue.”