Trump's 25 Biggest Celebrity Twitter Haters

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Presidential hopeful Donald Trump unmistakably leads the Republican polls, but he is also one of the most disliked candidates of any election cycle. While his supporters rally around the fact that he is not a politician, Trump's inexperience is just the tip of the iceberg in the deep pit of Trump-centered animosity. From shaming women, immigrants, refugees and even John McCain, Trump has spewed a plethora of crass assessments causing his opponents to speak up just as loudly as his followers.

PrettyFamous discovered which famous celebrities were bashing Donald Trump on Twitter. We found the 25 most popular celebrity accounts that had tweeted or retweeted "Trump" at least twice. Only celebrities whose Tweets have a negative tone were counted. The 25 celebrities are sorted by how many times they tweeted about the GOP candidate.

These celebrities were not afraid to share their disagreement - and sometimes downright resentment - with Trump to the world. From comedians to NFL stars and musicians to chefs, is there anyone Trump hasn't provoked?

#25. J.K. Rowling

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 2
Number of Twitter Followers: 6,361,906

J.K. Rowling is a steadfast liberal, but sometimes fans on Twitter wish she would stick to Harry Potter references only, as she did in this December 2015 Tweet.

*Note: This chosen Tweet isn't included in the Tweet count because it doesn't include the word "Trump" but we wanted to display it because it is Rowling's best Trump burn.

#24. Ellen DeGeneres

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 2
Number of Twitter Followers: 52,400,000

President Obama has boogied with Ellen on her show, but it is doubtful that the talk show host will invite Trump to the studio anytime soon.

#23. Lena Dunham

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 3
Number of Twitter Followers: 3,647,200

Lena Dunham has been closely affiliated with Hillary Clinton this election cycle, and seemingly abhors Donald Trump because of his sexist statements about women.

#22. Ellie Goulding

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 3
Number of Twitter Followers: 5,878,350

Along with shaming Donald Trump, British popstar Ellie Goulding has also slammed the British Council for restricting access to open space in London.

#21. Anthony Bourdain

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 4
Number of Twitter Followers: 2,865,126

Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain said earlier this year that "If Mr. Trump deports 11 million people...every restaurant in America would shut down." According to Hollowverse, Bourdain is not a diehard Democrat, but certainly does not support Trump.

#20. Paul Wesley

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 4
Number of Twitter Followers: 3,901,061

In 2012, actor Paul Wesley tweeted, "Politics... We all know what's right and wrong. It's basic human instinct. But we let religion and political parties cloud our judgement." He has since become more direct in his Tweets in recent months, criticizing Trump, the NRA and the Republican party in general.

*Note: Wesley very recently deleted his Tweets directly referring to Trump.

#19. Rainn Wilson

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 4
Number of Twitter Followers: 4,270,359

Rainn Wilson, best known for his role as Dwight in "The Office," has constantly voiced his political views. He discredits Trump, but also called Obama out for his role with the military intervention in Egypt in 2013.

#18. Sarah Silverman

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 6
Number of Twitter Followers: 7,666,621

Sarah Silverman has constantly used comedy to bring up serious political and social issues including women's reproductive rights and the gender pay gap.

#17. Eva Longoria

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 8
Number of Twitter Followers: 7,352,530

Eva Longoria is a long-time supporter of the Democratic party and campaigned for both Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.

#16. Alyssa Milano

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 9
Number of Twitter Followers: 2,862,807

Actress Alyssa Milano has publicly endorsed Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders, but stated that overall she is "disgusted by where we are right now in the political system."

#15. John Legend

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 10
Number of Twitter Followers: 7,492,312

Singer John Legend has voiced his political opinions both on the web and in person. In his 2015 Oscar acceptance speech for the film "Selma," Legend said, "'Selma' is now because the struggle for justice is now. We know that the voting rights that they fought for 50 years ago is being compromised in this country today."

#14. Seth MacFarlane

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 10
Number of Twitter Followers: 8,907,642

Seth MacFarlane is openly feeling the Bern, and participated in Comedy Central's 2010 Roast of Donald Trump.

His advice to Trump in 2010? "It's pronounced, I am f**king delusional, not, I am running for president."

#13. Dane Cook

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 11
Number of Twitter Followers: 3,318,249

Comedian Dane Cook took quite a few hits at Trump this political cycle. Cook also supported Obama in various standup routines, calling him "Mr. Fix-It."

#12. Eugenio Derbez

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 13
Number of Twitter Followers: 7,793,181

Mexican television star Eugenio Derbez wants to make it clear that Trump is seriously delusional in regard to his views on immigration.

#11. John Cleese

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 14
Number of Twitter Followers: 5,055,186

The comedian behind the Monty Python series finds humor in American politics, but also acknowledged that they are, "much more significant and much more dangerous - it's a bit like your feelings about my mother. I can laugh at American politics, but I really would not want to be between Dick Cheney and a million dollars."

#10. Jimmy Kimmel

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 15
Number of Twitter Followers: 6,647,780

Jimmy Kimmel has roasted Trump on Twitter, but a recent study claimed that both Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon have a larger audience than Stephen Colbert because of their ability to appear more moderate.

#9. Chad Johnson

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 16
Number of Twitter Followers: 3,585,219

Chad Johnson, or Chad Ochocinco, is known for his talents on the football field, but he's also been leading a Twitter crusade against Trump.

#8. Tyrese Gibson

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 17
Number of Twitter Followers: 3,206,331

The hunk from the Fast and the Furious series wrote an open letter to Trump in 2015, stating, "I'm deeply hurt and bothered by your antics and hatred towards my Muslim and Arab people."

#7. Seth Rogen

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 17
Number of Twitter Followers: 3,631,326

Seth Rogen has spoken out against most of the Republican candidates. He was extremely insulted with Ben Carson's statements regarding the shootings at Umpqua Community College, and obviously thinks little of Trump's IQ.

#6. Wil Wheaton

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 33
Number of Twitter Followers: 2,969,175

Wil Wheaton, best-known for his role as Wesley Crusher in "Star Trek: The Next Generation," also has an active political voice on his Twitter and Tumblr sites. He adamantly supports Bernie Sanders and is clearly repulsed by Trump.

#5. Bill Maher

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 23
Number of Twitter Followers: 3,355,192

Bill Maher is an outspoken liberal, and conservatives are often the subject of ridicule in his late-night show "Real Talk." Maher often criticizes Trump on Twitter, but in a recent interview with The Daily Beast, he also scorned Ted Cruz, saying, "There's a reason why everyone hates Ted Cruz. There's a reason why the big question about Ted Cruz is always, 'When he shaves in the morning, how does he avoid spitting in the mirror?'"

#4. Russell Simmons

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 32
Number of Twitter Followers: 3,647,200

Def Jam Records co-founder also posted an open letter to Trump in 2015. He pleaded with Trump, his friend of over 30 years, to "Stop fueling the fires of hate."

#3. Rachel Maddow

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 45
Number of Twitter Followers: 3,798,490

Political commentator Rachel Maddow is not reluctant to share her views on Trump with the world. She recently expressed her disappointment for Sarah Palin's endorsement of Trump, as he was incredibly dismissive of John McCain in an interview.

#2. Cher

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 79
Number of Twitter Followers: 2,935,767

Cher has published a plethora of bizarre political tweets, but Donald Trump isn't the only one she's fired at. Cher also called Rand Paul a racist liar who "did not support Civil Rights Act."

#1. Perez Hilton

Number of Tweets Referring to Trump: 85
Number of Twitter Followers: 6,250,579

Perez Hilton is all about celebrity gossip, but he also scorns Trump at every available opportunity.


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