Trump trashing has become a sport, a full-time job, for some. Celebrities have the biggest audience, so when a star speaks out, the world takes notice. We could kick off our list with the "over-rated" Meryl Streep (as PEOTUS called her)at this year's Golden Globes, but let's look at some other professional-grade smack talkers.
Actor and retired boxer Mickey Rourkenot only called Donald Trump a "b-tch punk c-cksucker," he also had something to say about Milania.
“I think that his wife is one of the biggest gold diggers around," he told the paparazzoin April. "I know. I used to go out with a gold digger. And I mean, how could you sleep next to that flabby, fat piece of sh-t and get your rocks off?”
All while casually playing catch on a city sidewalk.
Our favorite father ("Meet the Fockers") and fatherof a "Godfather,"Robert DeNirowas just as impassioned as Rourke while calling Trump a "national disaster, an "embarrassment" and a "bozo" he'd like to punch in the face, albeit in that calm-voiced tough guy way.
The former handsomest Hollywood bachelorGeorge Clooneywas a big Hillary Clinton fan during the general election, but before the primaries, Clooney took on Trump and the media while speaking at Cannes.
Jon Stewartwent high when talking to Charlie Rose two weeks after Donald Trump won the electoral college in November.
“The same country with all its grace and flaws and volatility and insecurity and strength and resilience exists today as it existed two weeks ago,” Stewart said. “The same country that elected Donald Trump, elected Barack Obama.”
Keeping it classy and cerebral, Stewart went on to say, “Nobody asked Donald Trump ‘What makes America great?’”
Back in 2011, Comedy Central roasted Donald Trump, who was then considering a presidential run in the 2012 election. After making sure he was only "associated with" women who were pretty enough and revising drafts of jokes,HufPo reported, Trump was the man of the hour.
We skipped ahead for you, since the first four minutes are Snoop callingLisa Lampanelli"the Notorious P.I.G.," confusingMike "The Situation" Sorrentinowith Snooki and tellingWhitney Cummingsthat he rolls blunts fatter than she. Snoop gets in a couple jabs in at the soon-to-be president back when the Oval Office was just a dream.
Vanity Fair asked celebrities where they would move if Donald Trump was elected president, the answers ranged fromChelsea Handler's already prepared house in Spain to "OITNB" actress Natasha Lyonne's query,"Straight to hell?"
AsJenny Slateput it,“If Donald Trump wins the presidency, a pig will fly out of my butthole because it will be a nightmare.” Ouch.