Lindsay Lohan Sticks Up For Donald Trump On Twitter

Lindsay Lohan Sticks Up For Donald Trump On Twitter

Lindsay Lohan Sticks Up For Donald Trump On Twitter

Specifically, the Mean Girls actress responded to one Twitter user who shared a Breitbart article about Donnie's support of Charlie. She then asked people to "stop bullying" Trump and that the American people should start trusting him.

What a shame. And Lohan's support of Trump didn't stop there as she also praised the first family.

In another tweet, Lohan referred to the president, his eldest daughter, Ivanka, and older son, Donald Jr.as "kind people". The actor wants people to stop being mean to Donald Trump.

Interestingly, Lohan seemed to have endorsed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the USA presidential campaign. "@realDonaldTrump is our President!", while @sonhyvnwoo added: "Everyone hates trump but he isn't all that bad and im (sic) glad Lindsay Lohan actually spoke out". He isn't a kind person. Bye.

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The U.S. actor's backing of Trump comes in the same week that Trump posted a wrestling gif on Twitter, depicting him beating up CNN. "I think always in the public eye you're going to be scrutinised", she said to the Daily Mail in February. The comments came during his 2004 interview with Howard Stern, which resurfaced during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Not only has Lindsay Lohan openly spoken up against Brexit, but also Islamophobia, which many argue that Donald Trump directly contributes to.

Lohan, who tagged CNN, is apparently not at all concerned about Trump's recent tweet with a GIF that depicted him punching the CNN logo. "Taking someone else down is never the answer", the actress said.

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