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Celebrity Anti-Donald Trump Sentiments Reach New Highs

Anti-Donald Trump Sentiments

Hollywood actors and recording artists have made their voices heard. The stream of anti-Donald Trump sentiments continues to flood social media, with celebrities like Cher, Lady Gaga, John Legend and singing groups now leading the pack.

Singer John Legend also weighed in on the Republican Presidential contender, describing him as  “temperamentally unfit,” “unprepared,” and a “racist.” Legend slammed Trump on television shows and concert stages.

Other big-name stars like Katy Perry and Madonna have taken to leading social media sites to campaign for Hillary Clinton.

Rapper-songwriter Kesha did not mince words when she referred to Trump as a “monster” in defense of former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, whom Trump had body shamed and traumatized. Kesha wrote in her Instagram account that the real problem is Trump’s “bloated, arrogant ego and offensive, racist, misogynist verbal diarrhea.”

Meantime, Lady Gaga, Cher and boy bands have been vocal in letting the public know that they are not on Trump’s camp. Cher tweeted a photograph of her cat with mouth wide open, with the words that even her cat knows Trump is a “cretin” and it unleashed a barrage of comments and anti-Donald Trump sentiments.

Trump has been utilizing social media as well to air his disgust at shows that slam him. He tweeted that Saturday Night Live was a “boring and unfunny show” and was a case of “media rigging election.”

Amidst allegations of sexual impropriety, which Trump denied during the St. Louis debate with Democrat Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, various individuals have felt distraught that somebody like Trump was running for the highest position in the US.

Even before he dismissed allegations of sexually assaulting women as “locker room” talk, anti-Donald Trump sentiments have been at all-time high. Trump has been losing a following for his remarks. Netizens have been demanding that he quit the Presidential race. Katy Perry, who hasover 93 million followers on Twitter, retweeted a political commentator’s post that referred to Trump as a “dangerous man… running for President.”

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