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Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump would fall into the category with foreign leaders that have not accepted the election results if he decides to do so. Getty Images/Tom Pennington

Following the release of audio and video footage that features presidential hopeful Donald Trump making crude comments about women, many Republican politicians have pulled their support.

“I moved on her like a b----, but I couldn’t get there. And she was married,” Trump can be heard saying to Billy Bush. “Then all of a sudden I see her, she’s now got the big phony tits and everything. She’s totally changed her look.” But it was Trump’s final comments that really broke the horse’s back. “And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything… Grab them by the p----. You can do anything.”

While Republicans such as Arizona Senator John McCain, Idaho Senator Mike Crapo and Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski have renounced their support, it’s not just politicians. Some of Trump’s celebrity supporters are also done with him ahead of the 2016 election.

Kirstie Alley

In 2015, actress Kirstie Alley told her Twitter followers, “I like Trump… Fire at will.” While the actress may have liked him last year, after his most recent comments, she is done with Trump and the whole election. “I hate this election and I’m officially no longer endorsing either candidate,” she tweeted Oct. 9.

Azealia Banks

Never known to bite her tongue, the rapper tweeted in May, “I really want Donald Trump to win the election.” After taking a brief hiatus from the spotlight, Banks has returned and revealed she made a “major mistake endorsing toupey-toupee.” According to Banks, “Women’s rights are important and we must protect them. I tried. I reached. I even carried. I take it all back.”

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Aaron Carter

In February, the former teen singer said he would give his support to Trump because he would be “someone who leads.” But just like Alley and Banks did, Carter pulled his support. “No. I, not supporting Donald Trump anymore,” he tweeted.

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Although the actor and former California governor never gave his support to Trump, after the audio of Trump’s comments surfaced, Schwarzenegger said he would not be voting for any Republican candidate in the upcoming election.