Several celebrities are slamming Oprah Winfrey after she voiced wish about President-elect Donald Trump.
Winfrey took to Twitter on Nov. 10 to share a print of President Barack Obama and Trump during a White House, a Daily Mail reported. She captioned a tweet: “Everybody take a low breath! Hope lives.”
In vocalization with Entertainment Tonight, Winfrey reiterated her tweet, observant that saying both Obama and Trump together had “given her hope.”
But Winfrey’s confidence was not good perceived by some of her colleagues.
“Oprah what a f***?” tweeted an zealous Hillary Clinton supporter. “This is not one of my favorite things.”
“Oprah, we can take a low exhale and reason it while a rest of us literally quarrel for a lives right now,” tweeted another.
One user asked Winfrey not to “normalize this man.”
“Minority children are already being targeted,” they tweeted.
Winfrey had formerly pronounced she was voting for Clinton in a 2016 presidential election. Her endorsement, however, was not so warm, as she told her assembly to get behind Clinton since “there unequivocally was no choice.”
While Winfrey stays optimistic, other actors seem to be traffic with a choosing formula differently.
“I feel like we did after 9/11,” Robert De Niro told The Hollywood Reporter’s “Awards Chatter” podcast. “We’ll only see what happens. There will be many, many, many, many, many people watching.”
De Niro had formerly pronounced on video that he would like to punch Trump in a face, job him “blatantly stupid” and a “con.” After choosing day, he went on a Jimmy Kimmel uncover and addressed those comments.
“I can’t do that now — he’s a president,” De Niro said. “And we have to honour that position, even yet we all know what he… anyway. We have to see what he’s gonna do, and how he’s unequivocally gonna follow by on certain things. As we even see now, in a lot of cities, a lot of people are removing really dissapoint and protesting.”