While there are countless celebrities who consider themselves “anti-Trump,” some are far more outspoken about their political opinions than others. The following is a list of fifty Trump nay-sayers, arranged in order of those who are less outspoken to those who are constantly dishing out criticism.
50. Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon has never been a fan of talking about politics. “It’s just not what I do,” Fallon said in an October 2017 interview when asked about the pressure to be in the “anti-Trump lane” like so many of his fellow late-night TV hosts. “I don’t really even care that much about politics. I love pop culture more than I love politics.” Fallon hosted Trump in a popular interview in which the talk show host tousled the then candidate’s hair. Afterward, many were furious that Fallon helped “normalize” the extremely controversial presidential candidate. Fallon asked angry fans to “get over it,” adding “I’m sorry. I don’t want to make anyone angry — I never do and I never will. It’s all in the fun of the show. I made a mistake. I’m sorry if I made anyone mad. And looking back, I would do it differently.”
49. Josh Gad
Twitter was set ablaze in the first week of 2018 after Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un became involved in a Twitter war. The beef started when the North Korean ruler threatened that the “Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times.” Trump impulsively fired back that he too has a nuclear button that is “much bigger & more powerful” than Jong-un’s. Countless users of the platform offered their two cents regarding the exchange, including Gad, who wrote, “If you think this is normal, get off of twitter and seek help immediately. We are in the hands of a psychopath who thinks the world and life and death are part of his reality TV show.”
48. Alyssa Milano
Milano was one of many celebrities who voiced their feelings in response to the White House’s refusal to respect the #TakeAKnee movement that plagued the NFL in 2017. Her reply on Twitter reads: “Thank you, @realDonaldTrump for giving me opportunities to teach my children the difference between right and wrong. #TakeTheKnee.”
47. George Clooney
Clooney has discussed his disdain for Trump as president in multiple television and magazine interviews, including a 2017 USA Today interview in which he stated: “It becomes increasingly clear how in over his head and incapable this man is of being president of the United States.”
Needless to say, we know exactly what Mr. Clooney thinks of Trump and his overall ability to be the leader of the free world.
46. Ben Stiller
Stiller played the role of Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, in an SNL skit this March alongside Alec Baldwin, who famously satirizes Trump on SNL.
Stiller has also been one of many to mock Trump’s ridiculous tweets.