Lindsay Lohan pleads with people to 'stop bullying' President Donald Trump

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Lindsay Lohan pledged her allegiance to her President on Independence Day, urging people to stop ‘bullying’ Donald Trump.

The Mean Girls actress backed Trump after sharing a photo of him on Twitter after he offered to help the parents of terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard, who was refused experimental treatment in the US to improve his brain function.

‘THIS IS our president. Stop #bullying him & start trusting him. Thank you personally for supporting #THEUSA,’ she tweeted.

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Lohan also tweeted that Donald, Ivanka, Melania and Donald Trump Jr. ‘are kind people’.

‘As an American, why speak poorly of anyone?’ she wrote in reply to a Twitter user who said he was glad the president ‘isn’t the same clown’ as last year, referring to Barack Obama.

Fans of Trump were pleased that the actress was taking a stand, singing her praises on Twitter.

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One commented: ‘Everyone hates trump but he isn’t all that bad and im glad Lindsay Lohan actually spoke out’.

While another wrote: ‘So much respect for @LindsayLohan. Even when America turned on her, she still loves and shows so much respect for (America) and our president.’

But not everyone agreed with her pleas.

‘Stop trying to make Trump happen. It’s not going to happen,’ one unimpressed Twitter user replied.

While another claimed: ‘I absolutely believe that Lindsay Lohan was hacked, she couldn’t work with refugees, learn the Quran, the Arabic AND support Trump. No way.’

Her comments add further confusion to her political allegiance.

In February, she said: ‘He is the president – we have to join him. If you can’t beat him, join him.’

However, during the election campaign, she tweeted Hillary Clinton saying, ‘I couldn’t understand you more’.

But after Trump’s victory she tweeted: ‘Retweet if you want a recount’, a message she later deleted.


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