Celebrities Slam Trump’s Response, Again
Donald Trump | Photo Credit Time After the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend, where President Trump called out the “KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and other hate groups,” celebrities blasted Trump for his completely adequate response.
Modern Family’s Danny Zucker said the comments were “too late” in regards to the riot. “I once challenged Donald Trump’s ratings and he tweeted me in 15 minutes. It took him 3 days to say the KKK is bad. Sorry, it’s too late,” wrote Zucker.
Other responses include Cher, Beau Willimon, and Rosie O’Donnell.
Celebrities Continue To Bash President
Rosie O’Donnell | Photo Credit Snopes
“Why did it take him so long to tell America that he hates white supremacists? Outrage poured from millions of people the second they say video. He’s a pig…”
Rosie O’Donnell wrote:
“America must remove Trump and all his crooked cronies now. Sick racist madman.”
Olivia Wilde wrote:
“For a guy who hates teleprompters, this jerk can’t even condemn racism without one. If I wasn’t so mad, I would laugh.”
Despite all of the chaos, Donald Trump also sent out a message that read, “We all must be united and condemn all that hate stands for. There is no place for this kind of violence in America. Let’s come together as one!”
No Right Response To Hatred
Charlottesville Riot | Photo Credit Getty
The leftist media is never going to support anything Donald Trump says or does. There is no right response to racism and hatred. Whatever he said, they were going to fire back at him and say it’s not enough.
Fox News writes:
“Trump has faced criticism over his early response to the violent protests last weekend in Charlottesville, Va. Trump on Monday specifically condemned “white supremacists” and “neo-Nazis” in the wake of deadly weekend clashes in Charlottesville, vowing “justice will be delivered” to the perpetrators of that “racist violence.” The forceful words used Monday were different from his comments made Saturday, when he condemned violence and hatred on “many sides.”