This is hilarious, a list of actors who completely lost their cool when they found out Trump was running for President. I wonder how they are handling the fact that he won? There are probably a lot of high priced therapists really enjoying their choice of career right about now.
With the New Year upon us — and a new President set to take office — it is time to acknowledge and reflect on the year’s most epic freak outs, tantrums and meltdowns from Hollywood’s best and brightest about Donald J. Trump.
All of your favorites are here, as chronicled by Breitbart News over the past year; there’s Cher complaining about the divisiveness of the country while simultaneously calling Trump a “f*cking idiot;” Rosie O’Donnell unloading on the “orange motherf*cker” during the third presidential debate; Elizabeth Banks and Moby swearing like sailors in a last-ditch Funny or Die voter drive; Don Cheadle urging Trump to “die in a grease fire.”
1. Lena Dunham grieves for Hillary Clinton after the election.
The Girls actress and top celebrity Clinton surrogate — who during the campaign called Trump a “megalomaniacal, misogynist, racist, Islamophobic, ableist, transphobic hellhound” — compared her grieving process over the former Democratic nominee’s loss to the sacred Jewish mourning practice for those who have lost a parent, child or sibling.
In October 2015, the pop icon called Trump a “giant” among his Republican rivals, but the admiration was short-lived as Cher used her Twitter account to repeatedly bash him over the course of the following year.
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— Cher (@cher) June 13, 2016
3. Michael Moore
The left-wing documentary filmmaker released a surprise anti-Trump film, Michael Moore in TrumpLand, just weeks before Election Day, hoping to persuade Americans to pull the lever for Clinton.
4. Robert De Niro
The veteran actor went off on Trump in an instantly-viral outtake from a celebrity voter registration PSA, in which he said he wanted to punch the then-candidate in the face.
“I mean, he’s so blatantly stupid,” De Niro said in the clip. “He’s a punk, he’s a dog, he’s a pig, he’s a con, he’s a bullsh*t artist, a mutt who doesn’t know what he’s talking about, doesn’t do his homework, doesn’t care, thinks he’s gaming society, doesn’t pay his taxes.”
5. Jennifer Lawrence
Way back in October 2015, the Hollywood mega-star told Entertainment Weekly that if Trump were to win, it would be “the end of the world.”