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The news of the President, He’s the initiative of the House of Representatives on Wednesday night and rocked the nation in the past couple of hours, and with a largely anti-Trump Hollywood is no exception to the rule.
After-the-party-line votes on articles of impeachment — on the abuse of power and obstruction of Congress — the stars of all political stripes took to Twitter to make their point of view.
Singer and actress Bette Midler, a long time is a distinct Advantage and critic, as well as shared a simple message, online, writing, “Off.”
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Actor Jon Voight, a long-time vocal supporter of the President, He posted a video with a message of faith.
“This left hand is missing, and the truth,” Voight said, “and to be afraid of, He’s the truth to save the country. … The left is scared of the “real things” that as President He has made.”
The actress and activist Alyssa Milano proved she wasn’t as happy as they thought they would be.
“I have expected this moment, but I expect it to be more joyful,” she tweeted. “Maybe this will jump-up and a happy dance. Well, maybe.”
“You know, I’m just sad and heartbroken,” Milano admitted. “What he has left behind cannot be erased by this vote. The intolerance and xenophobia that it doesn’t matter. The hotel is located. It will take generations to recover.”
“Riverdale,” star, Cole Sprouse, was, however, a lot of delightful souls.
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“y time,” he wrote online.
He was a cheeky reference to the classic Christmas tune.
“Sleeeeep, im-heavenly-peaaaachhhhh,” he said, referring to the text of “Silent night, holy Night.” “SLEEeep im heavenlllly-peachhhh. #happyholidays2019.”
“What a time to be alive,” said the reality star, Jordyn Woods.
“Sap,” and singer Lizzo has seemed to express some genuine confusion.
“So WHAT HAPPENS NOW?” she asked, in all capital letters.
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Vinny Guadagnino, star of “Jersey Shore,” said that he would rather have Asset to continue to function in the place of the Vice-President, and Mike Pence is about to take over.
“People want to be Home grown, but you have to really want the Pennies?” Guadagnino said. “He reminds me of one of the “founding fathers” in the process.”
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Actor Dean Cain, expressed a general frustration in the direction of the event.
“These are partisan, political, impeachment is an embarrassment,” he said.
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Actress Kirstie Alley warned the fans about what is going to happen after the impeachment.
“A dangerous precedent, she warned. “Is going to cause a lot of tit-for-tat retribution, and now, for those who have the power, it is… fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy decade.”