Rows of Hollywood artists who condemn Donald Trump’s remarks for being underestimated by Covid-19 – “Really crazy and evil”, “You are the most cruel”, and “This is not true”.

This sentence is the statement of a number of top artists Hollywood who responded to the President’s tweet Donald Trump about Covid-19 on social media.

Some time ago, Donald Trump tested positive for Covid-19 and underwent treatment at the Walter Rees National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.

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Late Monday, Donald Trump announced that he could return to the White House.

Upon his return, a photographer took a picture of Donald Trump taking off his mask in public.

In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 210,000 people died and infected more than 7 million people in the United States.

“I’m fine! Don’t be afraid of Covid-19. Don’t let the disease haunt you. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!” wrote Donald Trump in his Twitter account.

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Donald Trump claims his government is developing a vaccine and its findings regarding Covid-19.

Donald Trump’s rejection of the severity of the Covid-19 pandemic in America has sparked criticism from various parties.

Not a few celebrities also criticized his statement.

1. Chris Evans

Captain America actor Chris Evans also responded to Donald Trump’s tweet on social media.

“Don’t be afraid of Covid-19 ?! You have been undergoing treatment all the time and were handled by a good doctor and using the best medicine. Can everyone be like you?” wrote Chirs Evans.

With that in mind, Chris Evans thinks that Donald Trump doesn’t care about the people of the United States.

2. Mandy Moore

Meanwhile, actress Mandy Moore also expressed her disappointment with Donald Trump through her Twitter account and included the hashtag #votehimout.

“Don’t be afraid of Covid-19? Try conveying that to the 210,000 families who lost their loved ones and also the tens of millions of people who lost their jobs,” wrote Mandy Moore.

“We’ve been isolated for months. You are the most violent. #Votehimout,” wrote the cast of the film “This is Us”.

3. Patton Oswalt

Furthermore, actor and comedian Patton Oswalt said that Doland Trump was insane.

“It’s really crazy and evil. (Actually Covid-19) can kill a lot of people. We seem to live in a people’s film,” wrote Patton Oswalt.

4. Padma Lakshmi

Host Padma Lakshmi also expressed frustration with Donald Trump on his Twitter account.

“(Donald Trump’s statement) is like spitting on the graves of 207,000 Americans who died from Covid-19. While their families can only say goodbye to their departure,” wrote Padma Lakshmi.

5. Colin Hanks

Actor Colin Hanks added a line of artists who commented on Donald Trump’s statement on his Twitter account.

“While drunk, he stated that people should not be afraid of Covid-19,” wrote the son of actor Tom Hanks.

Not only Donald Trump, Colin Hanks is also calling his statements against those who support him in the upcoming US Presidential Election.

“(Donald Trump’s statement) THIS IS NOT TRUE. THIS IS NOT NORMAL. THIS IS VERY DANGEROUS,” said Colin Hanks.

6. John Cusack

Actor John Cusack is also one of a line up of artists who have spoken out against Donald Trump.

“210,000 died because of Covid-19. He’s the ‘crazy’ Trump. He dramatizes Covid-19 like a Mussolini puppet show,” said John Cusack, who called Donald Trump’s name like Italy’s fascist dictator Benito Mussolini.


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