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  • Several celebrities seemingly mocked Donald Trump after his second impeachment
  • Jesse Tyler Ferguson said Trump did a great job of getting impeached twice
  • Mark Hamill said one impeachment won't suffice, so Trump had to be impeached twice

Several celebrities including Chrissy Teigen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and more reacted to Donald Trump being impeached twice.

The president was impeached by the House of Representatives on Wednesday, making Trump the first POTUS to be impeached twice. The majority of the House of Representatives agreed that Trump incited the insurrection at the Capitol last week that led to five deaths and dozens of arrests.

When news about Trump's second impeachment broke, several celebrities took to Twitter to comment on the move, with many of them seemingly mocking the president.

"I didn’t even know you could be impeached twice. I thought it was like dying," wrote Teigen, who is an open critic of the outgoing president.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson also joked about Trump's accomplishment in doing a great job of getting impeached far better than any other president before him.

"Trump will have the legacy of doing a really great job of getting impeached. Better than any other president. That’s a perfect biggley accomplishment!" the "Modern Family" star tweeted.

"House Impeaches Trump for a second time. Trump has made history as the only president who has been impeached twice," Alyssa Milano added.

"An unprecedented moment - Donald J. Trump is officially the only US president to be impeached twice. #breakingnews," Katie Couric wrote

"When one impeachment won't suffice, Damn his new crimes- impeach him twice! #DarnOldDonald," Mark Hamill added.

American radio personality Angela Yee also mocked the POTUS after he was banned from Twitter. Trump was very active on the micro-blogging platform until he was permanently banned last week.

"Trump can’t even tweet right now I know he’s losing it," she wrote

"I kinda want them to let him Tweet for 5 minutes! Just a quick rant. That's all," one commented.

Twitter announced on Friday that it decided to permanently ban Trump "due to the risk of further incitement of violence." The company explained that Trump's last two tweets, including the one that indicated he had no plans to attend Joe Biden's inauguration, violated its policy against the glorification of violence.

The cancelled diplomatic trips round off four tumultuous years of foreign policy under President Donald Trump that tested Washington's traditional allies in both Europe and Asia The cancelled diplomatic trips round off four tumultuous years of foreign policy under President Donald Trump that tested Washington's traditional allies in both Europe and Asia Photo: AFP / MANDEL NGAN