Hollywood Reacts to Donald Trump’s Presidential Victory

Hollywood Reacts to Donald Trump’s Presidential Victory

The majority of Hollywood was with Her, but that wasn’t enough to put Hillary Clinton in the White House. And to say the entertainment community is disappointed that Donald Trump has been elected 45th president of the United States would be an understatement.

Sure, a few celebs such as Stephen Baldwin and Kirstie Alley were thrilled about Trump’s victory.

But most were having trouble grasping the concept that The Apprentice star will be the new leader of the free world. Clinton supporters flocked to Twitter and Instagram to voice their feelings regarding Campaign 2016. Some were angry, some were hopeful, and some did their best to find a little (dark) humor in the situation.

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  1. Chandler B.
    November 11, 07:26 Reply

    The last line from Mark Cuban though:
    “No one is bigger than us all.”

    Americans have been known to demand and protest for their rights, in courts and on the streets, and for public opinion to be heard. I just hope they’d still do that, and with more resilience this time around.

    But then again, if they were about to still vote him in despite when it seemed that majority of the people weren’t ‘with Him’, it shows a lot of them might just stand for what he stands for.

    • Delle
      November 11, 11:58 Reply

      Exactly. I feel like Americans are the most hypocritical beings on the face of the earth. Even more than we, Nigerians.
      If everyone is crying and wailing, then who voted Trump in?!
      Mcheeew

  2. Delle
    November 11, 11:54 Reply

    That last tweet though.

    Ariana and Katy literally shed tears.?

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