Donald Trump has already won the U.S. presidential race, but for couple Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed, the 45th president of America should have been Hillary Clinton. And Somerhalder’s ex-girlfriend and former “The Vampire Diaries” co-star, Nina Dobrev, definitely agrees with them.
The trio of Hollywood personalities appears to share the same political views when it comes to who should lead the nation for the next four years. A look at their social media accounts shows how the exes and the current lovers have been very vocal when it comes to their support for the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate.
In the late hours of Tuesday, Reed tweeted to show her followers that since she couldn’t vote, her mom voted Clinton for her. She used the hashtag “#ImWithHer” to emphasize who she thinks should be the leader of the country. Earlier, she encouraged everyone to vote this election, especially all the women. She accompanied this tweet with a link to her lengthy post on Whosay on why Clinton should win.
Reed’s husband, Somerhalder, also fervently supports Clinton because he believes the next U.S. president should be someone who is aware of the implications of climate change. The “Lost” alum tweeted: “VOTE VOTE VOTE!!! ;) VOTING for a candidate that believes climate change is a hoax is the most dangerous person to national security.”
When the polls were opened, Somerhalder also echoed a call to the young voters and the millennials that Clinton is the “only hope” of the country. On Monday, the actor, who plays Damon Salvatore in the long-running "TVD" series, shared on Instagram a diagram of what the turnout of the votes would look like if “KIDS could vote.”
Meanwhile, on election day, Dobrev grabbed the chance to share to her Instagram followers the person who could lead America to the right path. The “xXx: Return of Xander Cage” actress chose to repost meaningful messages on the things Clinton has done for the children and the families in the United States.slammed Donald Trump while praising Clinton for keeping it classy during one of the presidential debates.