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Debra Messing blames Trump for coronavirus death toll following report that he ignored U.S. Army warning

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Debra Messing is blaming President Trump for the death toll that the coronavirus will take on Americans following reports that he was warned by the U.S. Army about the pandemic two months ago but did “nothing.”

Messing, who is rarely shy about using her social media platform to bash Trump and his administration, took specific issue with a new report from The Daily Beast that cites an unclassified briefing document prepared by U.S. Army-North that came out on Feb. 3 warning of a worst-case scenario that now appears to be taking shape.

“HE. F—ING. KNEW,” Messing tweeted along with a graphic from the report indicating the U.S. Army’s findings at the time. “150,000 Americans DEAD. And he did NOTHING.”

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The report indicates that the Trump administration was warned that “between 80,000 and 150,000 could die.” It also addressed that 80 million would be infected with 15 to 25 million requiring care and indicated somewhere between 300,000 and 500,000 individuals may require hospitalization.

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Debra Messing placed blame for the coronavirus death toll on Donald Trump after a new report indicates his administration was warned about a pandemic by the U.S. Army. (Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

As of Thursday afternoon, the novel coronavirus has infected more than 1,002,159 people across 180 countries and territories, resulting in over 51,335 deaths. In the U.S., all 50 states plus the District of Columbia have reported confirmed cases of COVID-19, tallying over 234,462 illnesses and at least 5,607 deaths.

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Messing joins the many celebrities who have criticized the president for seemingly downplaying the threat posed by the coronavirus in the early weeks of what would become a global pandemic. Trump has previously been criticized for making claims that COVID-19 would simply “disappear” like a “miracle” and suggesting that its severity was being weaponized against him as a Democratic “hoax” even as reports like the one from the U.S. Army were coming out with dire warnings.

This isn’t the first time that Messing has jabbed the president for his response to the pandemic. She previously shared a video of interviews Trump gave in which he seemed to downplay the coronavirus threat, juxtaposed with a graph that seemingly depicts the rapid rise of cases in the United States.

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“LIAR-IN-CHIEF,” Messing began her tweet. “#Maga have been unmoved by the 16500 lies 45 has made since elected. Now that innumerable people (including MAGA) will die, because of his lies and inaction, I wonder if MAGA will recognize that 45 must be voted out?”

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John Cusack calls for another Trump impeachment, worker strikes amid the coronavirus pandemic

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John Cusack is the latest celebrity to call for President Trump’s removal from office over his administration’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

The outspoken actor often uses his social media presence to criticize Trump as well as to advocate for the candidacy of 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders. On Tuesday, the 53-year-old took to Twitter to call for worker strikes amid the ongoing crisis, for the use of the 25th Amendment and for another impeachment procedure to remove Trump from office in order to “save lives.”

“We need strikes /  and we need to remove trump from power to save lives Impeach him again / Pressure for 25th,” he wrote.

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The “High Fidelity” star is not the first celebrity to criticize Trump for the way he has directed his administration to combat the threat of COVID-19, which has infected people in all 50 states as well as the District of Columbia, accounting for more than 189,633 illnesses and at least 4,080 deaths.

Cusack is also not the first celebrity to call for Trump’s removal from office over the handling of the pandemic. Rob Reiner, called for the exact same thing last week.

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John Cusack called for President Trump to be removed from office due to his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.  (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)

“We will get through this. But unfortunately not with the help of this President,” Reiner wrote at the time. “First he must be removed from the public square to let competent experts take over, then he must be removed from office to allow US to heal.”

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Meanwhile, Cusack’s criticism did not stop at Trump but morphed into criticism of his supporters. Several hours after his initial tweet about removing the president from office, the star followed up with another rebuke of those who are defending his coronavirus response.

“I like how trolls bots and freaks who are about to see people  around them die Are still defending. Trump like good little obiedient [sic] pets,” he wrote.

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As of Wednesday morning, the novel coronavirus had infected more than 860,793 people across 180 countries and territories, resulting in over 42,354 deaths.

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Rob Reiner accuses Donald Trump of causing people in New York to die amid the coronavirus pandemic

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Rob Reiner took to Twitter to accuse President Donald Trump of causing people in New York to die amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The actor and director is rarely shy about posting his political opinions on social media. He’s previously criticized Trump, his administration and his followers throughout the president’s term in office. On Tuesday, he took to Twitter to lambaste Trump’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic in New York.

“There’s no other way to put this: Donald Trump is causing people in NY to DIE,” Reiner wrote.

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The declarative tweet was then retweeted by fellow Hollywood Trump critic, Cher.

On Thursday, Reiner followed up with a message of support for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo as well as the frontline healthcare workers battling the virus. In it, he predicted that Trump would attempt to take credit for their hard work once the pandemic is all over.

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“Important to remember: One day this crisis will be behind us. Gov. Cuomo, other responsible leaders, heroic health care workers & vigilant citizens will be the victors. This Egocentric Lying President who spreads disinformation will try to take credit. Don’t let him,” Reiner wrote.

This isn’t the first time that the outspoken 73-year-old director criticized Trump’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Reiner previously called for Trump’s removal from office over his handling of the situation at the onset of the outbreak.

“We will get through this. But unfortunately not with the help of this President,” Reiner wrote. “First he must be removed from the public square to let competent experts take over, then he must be removed from office to allow US to heal.”

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Rob Reiner said Donald Trump is going to get people in New York killed amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Reuters/AP)

The president has faced harsh rebukes from his detractors both in Hollywood and in politics for seemingly downplaying the severity of the crisis and not equipping the country with adequate leadership or resources to combat the growing threat the virus poses.

New York is currently fighting 25,665 cases of COVID-19, which is 10 times the problem California and Washington state have.

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Cuomo is calling for hospitals across the state to increase their capacity by 50 to 100 percent, citing projections showing that 140,000 beds may be needed to treat patients that could contract the sickness — an increase from a previous projection of 110,000. The state currently has around 53,000 beds, according to Cuomo.

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Alyssa Milano calls on Donald Trump to convert his hotels to hospitals for coronavirus relief

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Alyssa Milano is calling on President Donald Trump to convert his hotels in the United States to hospitals to help sick people during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The actress, who has been sharing support for healthcare workers and is a notorious critic of the Trump administration, took to Twitter on Wednesday to call on the president to take action to help the country, specifically people in his home state of New York, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to make people sick across the nation.

“Trump owns how many hotels in the US? And how many in NY in particular?” Milano asks. “He should offer to turn them into hospitals until this pandemic is over. We need beds. He’s got ‘em.”

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Although Trump’s name is attached to many buildings in New York City, the Trump Organization website lists Trump International Hotel as his only working hotel in the state. His other real estate ventures such as Trump Tower are multi-purpose spaces or condominiums. Because having his name attached to many properties doesn’t necessarily mean he owns them, it’s unclear how much power he has to convert any of the space.

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Alyssa Milano called on Donald Trump to convert his hotels into hospitals to help people battling the coronavirus. (Getty)

Trump also has hotels in the cities of Washington D.C., Miami, Las Vegas, Waikiki, Chicago and Charlottesville with other hotels outside the U.S. in Scotland, Ireland and Canada.

Although the president doesn’t appear to have any plans to convert his hotel into a hospital, he’s previously mentioned that he’s offering aid to New Yorkers amid the crisis.

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“The World market for face masks and ventilators is Crazy. We are helping the states to get equipment, but it is not easy. Just got 400 Ventilators for @NYCMayor Bill de Blasio,” Trump tweeted Tuesday morning. “Work beginning on 4 hospitals in New York! Millions of different type items coming!”

The shipment represents a fraction of the 15,000 ventilators Mayor Bill de Blasio called for last week as the city and state become the epicenter of coronavirus in the United States. De Blasio repeatedly has sounded the alarm on the shortage of ventilators in New York City hospitals, as many COVID-19 patients need the machines to help them breathe.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has also been calling on the Trump administration to do more as New York becomes overrun with coronavirus cases. Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday to share an update on the steps his administration is taking.

“I am working very hard to help New York City & State. Dealing with both Mayor & Governor and producing tremendously for them, including four new medical centers and four new hospitals,” Trump wrote. “Fake News that I won’t help them because I don’t like Cuomo (I do). Just sent 4000 ventilators!”

New York is currently fighting 25,665 cases of COVID-19, which is 10 times the problem California and Washington state have.

Cuomo is calling for hospitals across the state to increase their capacity by 50 to 100 percent, citing projections showing that 140,000 beds may be needed to treat patients that could contract the sickness — an increase from a previous projection of 110,000. The state currently has around 53,000 beds, according to Cuomo.

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The apex of the pandemic in New York, he says, could arrive within 14 to 21 days.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman and Greg Norman contributed to this report.

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Celebrities react to Trump’s coronavirus address: ‘Evil empire must go’

Hollywood celebrities descended on President Trump via social media to bash his handling of the growing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak after the president addressed the nation from the Oval Office about his strategy to contain the virus.

Trump on Wednesday announced in a televised address that the U.S. is suspending all travel from Europe to the U.S. for 30 days beginning Friday at midnight in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus.

His address came hours after the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 a global pandemic and the number of confirmed cases in the U.S. climbed to more than 1,200. Trump said the new travel exemptions do not apply to the United Kingdom.

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Despite the threat of coronavirus, many outspoken TV and film celebrities took to Twitter after Trump’s address to lambaste the president over what they see as his mishandling of the outbreak.

Actress Rosanna Arquette was among the first to direct some harsh words, tweeting: “his Psychosis has become normalized this is more dangerous than ever  the evil empire must go  ..vote blue no  matter what.”

“At this point, we’re objectively better off ignoring this address. Zero trust. Zero transparency. Zero clarity. Every time he speaks on this he drenches himself in toxic self-interest. Disastrous. What’s the point in fooling ourselves? This is dangerous now and always has been,” wrote “Westworld” star Jeffrey Wright.

“Trump is admitting right now it is a Pandemic and claiming that he had initiated the swiftest response,” wrote Patricia Arquette.

Mia Farrow took a more subtle jab at Trump, writing: “Low energy orange.”

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Comedian Kumail Nanjiani questioned the wisdom behind a travel ban.

“Trying to fight the coronavirus by limiting travel between Europe and the US is like trying to clean a coffee spill by washing the coffee cup,” he wrote.

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Celebrities reacted to Donald Trump’s Oval Office address on the coronavirus. (Getty Images)

“This will continue to spread at the same exact pace it is today. He’s not doing anything. None of this will slow it down,” actor Ethan Embry tweeted.

“MEDICAL QUESTION: I’m not that worried about catching the virus, but if I watch the president’s Oval Office address, will my brain explode?” wrote comedian Michael Ian Black.

He later followed up with another tweet that read: “For three years, I’ve been saying George W. Bush was the worst modern president but I think with that speech tonight, he might have passed the torch. Congratulations, Don. You’re officially the dumbest sack of s— to ever occupy the Oval Office.”

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“Supergirl” star Jon Cryer retweeted a call to have Trump resign from office.

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Celebrities react to Trump’s coronavirus address: ‘Evil empire must go’

Hollywood celebrities descended on President Trump via social media to bash his handling of the growing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak after the president addressed the nation from the Oval Office about his strategy to contain the virus.

Trump on Wednesday announced in a televised address that the U.S. is suspending all travel from Europe to the U.S. for 30 days beginning Friday at midnight in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus.

His address came hours after the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 a global pandemic and the number of confirmed cases in the U.S. climbed to more than 1,200. Trump said the new travel exemptions do not apply to the United Kingdom.

CELEBRITIES REACT AS SUPER TUESDAY RESULTS COME IN

Despite the threat of coronavirus, many outspoken TV and film celebrities took to Twitter after Trump’s address to lambaste the president over what they see as his mishandling of the outbreak.

Actress Rosanna Arquette was among the first to direct some harsh words, tweeting: “his Psychosis has become normalized this is more dangerous than ever  the evil empire must go  ..vote blue no  matter what.”

“At this point, we’re objectively better off ignoring this address. Zero trust. Zero transparency. Zero clarity. Every time he speaks on this he drenches himself in toxic self-interest. Disastrous. What’s the point in fooling ourselves? This is dangerous now and always has been,” wrote “Westworld” star Jeffrey Wright.

“Trump is admitting right now it is a Pandemic and claiming that he had initiated the swiftest response,” wrote Patricia Arquette.

Mia Farrow took a more subtle jab at Trump, writing: “Low energy orange.”

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Comedian Kumail Nanjiani questioned the wisdom behind a travel ban.

“Trying to fight the coronavirus by limiting travel between Europe and the US is like trying to clean a coffee spill by washing the coffee cup,” he wrote.

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Celebrities reacted to Donald Trump’s Oval Office address on the coronavirus. (Getty Images)

“This will continue to spread at the same exact pace it is today. He’s not doing anything. None of this will slow it down,” actor Ethan Embry tweeted.

“MEDICAL QUESTION: I’m not that worried about catching the virus, but if I watch the president’s Oval Office address, will my brain explode?” wrote comedian Michael Ian Black.

He later followed up with another tweet that read: “For three years, I’ve been saying George W. Bush was the worst modern president but I think with that speech tonight, he might have passed the torch. Congratulations, Don. You’re officially the dumbest sack of s— to ever occupy the Oval Office.”

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“Supergirl” star Jon Cryer retweeted a call to have Trump resign from office.

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Pete Buttigieg to guest-host ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’: ‘It’s going to be fun’

A little after a week since he exited the presidential race, Pete Buttigieg is now set to guest-host “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Thursday.

Buttigieg, 38, confirmed the news on Monday during an appearance on “Today.

Asked by host Craig Melvinwhat was next for him, Buttigieg said: “Well, in the immediate term we’re going to be traveling a little bit and thanking supporters, and then [husband Chasten] and I are looking forward to some time away then we’ll come back and I’ll make myself useful in new ways.

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Pete Buttigieg is set to guest-host “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Thursday.  (Getty/AP)

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“But, we’re going to have some fun first,” Buttigieg noted.

He added: “On Thursday, I’m going to be guest-hosting ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live,’ so we’re really excited for that. Lining up a great slate of guests. Sir Patrick Stewart is coming on. Very excited about that.”

As for a monologue? “Yeah,” said Buttigieg. “Well, hopefully, some funnier minds than mine will be doing some writing for that. But I think it’s going to be fun. The thing about coming off of a presidential campaign is you have been focused on one thing and one thing only. It’s nice to be able to zoom out and just come back at life.”

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Meanwhile, Kimmel, 52, revealed that Buttigieg would be stepping in while he hosts “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.”

“While I’m out hosting @MillionaireTV, I nominate @PeteButtigieg to be my guest host Thursday, March 12th – thanks Mayor Pete!” the late-night host tweeted on Tuesday.

Buttigieg ended his presidential campaign on March 1, in an abrupt and surprising pullout that further narrowed the field of Democrats less than a month after he declared victory in the contested Iowa caucuses.

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“I will do everything in my power to ensure that we have a new Democratic president come January,” Buttigieg told a throng of enthusiastic and emotional supporters in South Bend, Ind., at the time, in a speech marked by an upbeat and forward-looking timbre.

“We sent a message to every kid out there wondering if whatever marks them out as different means they are destined to be less than,” he continued amid chants of “USA!” and other cheers. “To see someone who once felt that exact same way can become a leading presidential candidate with his husband at his side.”

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Chasten introduced the candidate by remarking through tears that “Pete got me to believe in myself again. … I told Pete to run because I knew there were other kids that needed to believe in themselves, too.”

Fox News’ Gregg Re contributed to this report

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Bette Midler bashes ‘repulsive human male’ Donald Trump over his comments about Elizabeth Warren

Bette Midler derided President Donald Trump as “the most repulsive human male on the planet” over comments he made about Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. dropping out of the 2020 presidential race.

Trump said Friday that sexism wasn’t to blame for the end of Warren’s Democratic presidential run. When asked about the issue of sexism by reporters, Trump noted that he believes a “tremendous lack of talent” was at fault in Warren’s case.

“But people don’t like her,” he said Friday. “She’s a very mean person…People don’t want that. They like a person like me, that’s not mean.”

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Midler took to Twitter to criticize Trump over his remarks.

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Bette Midler bashed Donald Trump on Twitter over comments he made about Sen. Elizabeth Warren. (Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

“Today #Trump said that #ElizabethWarren was mean; this from a MF who put children in cages with aluminum blankets; that she had no talent. Meaning she was not a corrupt parasitic traitor who’s managed to get away with some of the most appalling criminal behavior ever seen in US,” she tweeted.

Minutes later, the “Hocus Pocus” actress added: “#EllizabethWarren is a powerhouse, but Donald Trump, that stable genius, said she was unlikeable.  Well, Don, in breaking news, she’s 100% more likable than you! You are the most hated, most repulsive human male on the planet today, & God knows, there are plenty to choose from.”

The 74-year-old actress, who previously expressed her support for Michael Bloomberg in the primary race, posted a positive note about Warren’s campaign the day before her comments about Trump’s criticism.

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“And BTW , #ElizabethWarren was a tremendous candidate.  I admired her conduct, her platform, and her determination to drive corruption out of government.  She knew the numbers. Why do smart women freak Americans out so bad? Personality contests are the gateway to mediocrity,” she wrote.

Warren’s previously announced that she would suspend her campaign in the wake of a poor Super Tuesday performance, leaving the race largely between frontrunners Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. Just prior to that announcement, Trump took to Twitter as well to call the then-candidate “selfish” for staying in the race.

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“So selfish for Elizabeth Warren to stay in the race. She has Zero chance of even coming close to winning, but hurts Bernie badly,” he tweeted. “So much for their wonderful liberal friendship. Will he ever speak to her again? She cost him Massachusetts (and came in third), he shouldn’t!”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Spike Lee likens black Trump supporters to house slaves in White House prayer photo

Spike Lee is utilizing his right to free speech by denouncing those who support President Donald Trump.

The Oscar-winning filmmaker took to his Instagram on Monday to admonish a group of publicly outspoken supporters of Trump who prayed inside the nation’s White House.

“Massa, We Love You, Massa. We Gonna Pray Fo’ You Massa”. Singing – “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” the “BlacKkKlansman” director wrote alongside an image taken last Thursday that shows the likes of Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, also known as “Diamond and Silk,” comedian Terrence Williams and a number of others with their hands placed on Trump’s shoulders.

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During the event, Trump spoke out in support of the black community “in every field, every generation and every calling,” adding that “African-Americans have lifted up our nation to new heights — and, like all citizens, you are entitled to a government that puts your needs, your interests, and your families first.”

Trump has seen a stout bump in support among the black community with a recent survey determining the president’s favor had risen by 50 percent, largely due to the fact many black voters have grown unhappy with the Democratic party.

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Despite the reported increasing support for Trump from the black community, Lee’s outspoken remarks were responded to by many in agreement but also a great deal who took umbrage with his approach.

“Just can’t accept the fact that there’s black people who support trump,” one of Lee’s followers commented in response to the post. “Lee loses his mind anytime another black person wanders off the plantation,” wrote another.

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Spike Lee arrives at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP) (Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

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Meanwhile, many in agreement with Lee jumped to his defense.

“When will we ever learn that tap dancing for massa has no value or brings nothing to our community,” said one commenter. “This picture is appalling in more ways than one. We need to unite on the front of getting this clown out of office Simple and plain!”

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Among those in attendance for the demonstration were actor Isaiah Washington, World Boxing Champion Andre Berto, activist and conservative commentator Candace Owens, former NFL player Jack Brewer as well as Black Voices for Trump advisory board members Paris Denard, Deneen Borelli and David Harris Jr.

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Antonio Sabato Jr. says supporting Trump ended his career in Hollywood

Following his public support for Donald Trump in the 2016 election, Antonio Sabato Jr. says Hollywood ousted him.

“I had to sell everything,” Sabato, 48, told Variety — in an interview published on Tuesday — about leaving Tinseltown not too long after Trump won the presidential bid.

“I had to pay all my debts,” he continued. “I was blacklisted. All my representatives left me, from agents to managers to commercial agents. I literally had to move, find a new job to survive and take care of my kids.

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Sabato added: “It’s been terrible. It’s mind-blowing. It’s a disgrace. It’s tough, because if you’re in that environment in Hollywood and you have something to say that they don’t like, they’re going to let you know.”

In July 2016, Sabato — who has appeared in TV shows including “Melrose Place,” “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “General Hospital” — was among the few celebrities to speak at the Republican National Convention.

“I was the first celebrity to come out and talk about the president, and he had my vote from day one,” Sabato explained to the outlet. “I was the first one to say he was going to win. My integrity is intact. What I believe in is still intact. What doesn’t break you makes you stronger – that’s what they say. So I’m stronger than ever, and I didn’t have to lie about who I am.”

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In 2018, Sabato ran for a congressional seat but lost to Rep. Julia Brownley, D-Calif. After that, the actor made the decision to move to Florida, where he lives now and works in construction.

“I’m on the ground,” Sabato told Variety of his new life. “I go on the job at two in the morning, and I’m making sure that the job is controlled and supervised by me. I’m in the car all day, driving, going through all the sites. Five days a week, nonstop.”

According to the outlet, Sabato went on to suggest that there are other Trump supporters in the entertainment industry who are too afraid to reveal their political views.

“I know a lot of actors who are lying about who they’re going to vote for because they don’t want the crap,” he said. “They won’t want to be talked about and fired from movie sets. This is serious.”

Sabato also remembered specifically getting turned down for a job because of his support for Trump.

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“I was talking to a distribution company about producing a film that was set to go, and they told me to my face, ‘We will never distribute a movie with you in it because of your affiliation with the president,’” he recalled. “The reality is the power that makes movies happen in Hollywood – casting directors, producers, executive producers, directors – they’re all liberal. They hate anyone or anything who supports this president.”

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Antonio Sabato Jr. visits “Extra” at Universal Studios Hollywood on June 19, 2018 in Universal City, California. (Noel Vasquez/Getty Images)

Since 2016, Sabato has had 10 on-screen roles with his most recent being a 2020 sci-fi titled “Carolina’s Calling,” according to his IMDb.

Per Sabato, he recently reached out to his former managers to see if they’d work with him again. “And they all said, ‘No, we’re not going to represent you,’” Sabato claimed. “Not a reason. Just no, plain and simple. They wouldn’t touch me because it would be too tough to get me a job.”

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Despite the “no’s” he’s heard, the former Calvin Klein model holds out hope someone will take a chance on him. “I always hope there’s some serious people out there that want to hire me for my talent,” he stated. “I rarely talked politics on sets anyway. That’s the last thing I want to do.”

As for if he’s supporting Trump in the 2020 election? Sabato says, “Of course.”

“The country is doing fantastic. I think he’ll be elected by 100 million votes,” he added.

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