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Charlie Sheen tweets for God to ‘take’ Trump following

 

Charlie Sheen is facing a lot of heat for a tweet he wrote Wednesday evening, where he asked God to be the President-elect Donald Trump next.

His tweet, which was apparently in response to the recent death of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds said: “Dear God; Trump next, please!”

Dear God;

Trump next, please!
Trump next, please!
Trump next, please!
Trump next, please!
Trump next, please!
Trump next, please!

????????

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— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) December 29, 2016

The Twitterverse immediately slammed Sheen for his tweet, calling the actor a “turd” and a “useless cockroach.”

Sheen has yet to respond to the comment. His tweet is pinned to the top of his Twitter profile.

@HollandTaylor @charliesheen who are dead? really? how low can you people be?

— Lenya (@lenyanw) December 29, 2016

@charliesheen no matter how bad life gets, I have never actively root for someone to die. That is truly an evil soul.

— Nick Paredes (@npthree) December 29, 2016

.@charliesheen by your ridiculous decisions and terrible choices, everyday Americans prayed for you. You lost many of us. #Sick

— Joe Pages Pagliarulo (@JoeTalkShow) December 29, 2016

@charliesheen 1) *Very* offensive, inappropriate, & patriotic 2) Does God need to repeat hear? 3) You gave the middle finger of God.

— Joseph Steinberg (@JosephSteinberg) December 29, 2016

@charliesheen Please never wish bad things to someone else, because this can return to you and who you love.

— Mrs. T. W. Miller???? (@IAmAphroditeOz) December 29, 2016

@charliesheen jeez, have some class. That is the way of the line.

— Guatón Dave (@AnalSystemist) December 29, 2016

A rep for Sheen not immediately return FOX411’s request for comment.

Sheen is not the first celebrity to be the face of the heat for taking aim at Trump. Alec Baldwin called him “the most reviled candidate in our history,” and Madonna compared Trump’s win to the feeling that one someone dies.

Former “House” star Lisa Edelstein came under fire when she tweeted, “RIP Alan Thicke. Seems like everyone is checking before the Trumpacolypse.”

Robert De Niro called Trump “stupid” and a “punk” and that he would like to “punch him in the face,” but he has since softened his tone.

After receipt of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, De Niro said: “I just want to say that we all hope, wait, and hope, that [the Trumpet] is leading the country in a way that’ll benefit everyone and benefit of our neighbors around the world.”

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