Donald Trump has been winning primaries all over the country and is now positioning himself to become the 2016 Republican presidential candidate. Many people seem to like Trump, including some celebrities like Dennis Rodman and Mike Tyson. Despite the endorsements and primary wins, the billionaire businessman had made his share of enemies along the way.
Republican candidates like Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have not hidden their disdain for the man who seems to have the edge on them. However, politicians aren't the only ones voicing their dislike for 69-year-old Trump. Below are a list of celebrities that have come out publicly and criticized him.
1. George Clooney
George Clooney has said that he's supporting Hillary Clinton's campaign, but he also weighed in on what he thinks of Trump. In an interview with The Guardian, Clooney said Trump's rise this election season is "crazy," but he believes the country won't elect him at the end of the day.
"He’s just an opportunist. Now he’s a fascist; a xenophobic fascist," Clooney explained. "You can count on Americans to do the right thing after they’ve exhausted all the other possibilities."
2. Miley Cyrus
The 23-year-old singer has never been afraid to voice her opinion. Cyrus took to Instagram to share her distaste for the 69-year-old billionaire and said she'll "move out of the country" if Trump becomes president. You can see one of her posts below:
3. Kerry Washington
Kerry Washington has been open about her dislike for Trump and is part of the anti-Donald Trump group, Stop Hate Dump Trump. Boston.com reports that while Washington accepted the Woman of the Year Award from Harvard University’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals in January, she jokingly threw wine in the face of a student doing an impression of the billionaire as part of a sketch.
4. Rosie O'Donnell
Rosie O’Donnell and Trump have been feuding with each other for years. Once Trump threw himself into a campaign for president, their mutual dislike returned to the spotlight. Trump took a shot at her during a debate in August, and O’Donnell later told Entertainment Weekly in November that his campaign is “a nightmare.” She is also a part of the Stop Hate Dump Trump group.
5. Michael Moore
Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore has gotten involved in political movements before. His latest cause is to keep Trump from getting to the White House. In December 2015, Moore posted a long letter on Facebook to the candidate and said to leave the American people alone "so we can elect a real president who is both compassionate and strong."
6. Louis C.K.
Comedian Louis C.K. appears to have had enough of the Trump campaign and believes it’s gone too far. Variety reports that in an email blast for his web series “Horace and Pete,” he told people they should not vote for Trump. He compared Trump to Hitler and said the country is acting like 1930s Germany.
7. Ricky Martin
The "She Bangs" singer said Trump's viewpoint about the Latin community "makes his blood boil." Martin wrote an op-ed for Univision via Billboard where he said "enough is enough" — he wants Latino people to stick up for their race. You can read his letter here.
8. John Oliver
The "Last Week Tonight" host went as long as he could without having to mention Trump on his show, but because of how much momentum Trump has gained he couldn't ignore the billionaire any longer. In a piece that went over 20 minutes, Oliver picked apart Trump's campaign and told viewers not to buy into anything the candidate says. You can watch the full segment below:
9. Trevor Noah
"The Daily Show" host has not been holding back when it comes to throwing shade Trump's way. All throughout the primaries, Noah has made fun of Trump, but last week he turned up the criticism. In a series of tweets, Noah referred to the billionaire as a fascist and also brought it up on his show last week. You can see one of the tweets below:
1. The term “fascism” is an easy label to throw around casually, but there is a core set of defining traits. pic.twitter.com/nws3TUyoOY
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) March 2, 2016
10. Eva Longoria
Louis C.K. isn't the only celebrity to compare trump to Hitler. In June 2015, Longoria told E! Online that "words create emotional poison" and that was how Hitler was able to move Germany. The actress was upset with Trump's comments about Mexicans, which she said "struck a chord" in the community.
The 39-year-old Colombian singer did not take kindly to his beliefs on immigrants. In June 2015, Shakira took to Twitter to comment about a "hateful" speech he had given and told people not to buy into him.
No one living in this century should stand behind so much ignorance. 2/2http://t.co/jsx0KHdmzO
— Shakira (@shakira) June 30, 2015
12. Demi Lovato
The singer has endorsed Clinton for president and hasn't been shy about the Republican front-runner. On March 2, Lovato went on a Twitter rant about Trump and his "negative energy." She clearly doesn't think he's the kind of person who can run the country.
We live in a world obsessed with "celebrity". Please don't elect one for President. #ImWithHer
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) March 2, 2016
13. Meek Mill
In April 2015, when there was unrest in Baltimore, Trump tweeted about President Barack Obama and referred to him as "African-American President." Meek Mill viewed his tweets as racist and voiced his opinion on Trump.
It's clear @realdonaldtrump been racist..saying our "African American president" it's plain to see! We won't miss u when u perish!
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) April 28, 2015
14. Wyclef Jean
The rapper once appeared on Trump's reality show "Celebrity Apprentice," but the candidate's comments about Mexicans upset Wyclef Jean. TMZ reported in June 2015 that Jean had some choice words for Trump during a performance in Pomona, California. You can see the video of the rapper cursing about Trump here.
15. Josh Gad
Comedian Josh Gad has been firing several shots at Trump on Twitter. The actor appears to think that a Trump presidency would be the end of America and even joked that PETA should go after Trump "for killing a baby orangutan and using it as a hairpiece."
Trump just picked a running mate pic.twitter.com/O1gRdTtOmu
— Josh Gad (@joshgad) March 4, 2016
16. J.K. Rowling
The "Harry Potter" author compared Trump to the most evil character in her book series, Voldemort. The "Dark Lord" in Harry Potter was on a quest to take over the world and murdered many in the process. On Twitter, she said Voldemort "was nowhere near as bad."