Kirsten Elle responded to the ‘bad,’ ‘horrible’ people who were critical of Trump’s support

Kirsten Elle responded to the ‘bad,’ ‘horrible’ people who were critical of Trump’s support


Christie Elle responded with words of encouragement after she was pulled on social media to continue her support of President Trump in the upcoming election.

The “Cheers” actress took to Twitter on Saturday evening to tell her followers why she voted for Trump in the 2016 election and to do so again on November 3 in her reelection bid against Democratic challenger Joe Biden Planned.

“I’m voting for @realDonaldTrump because he’s not a politician,” 69 years of street started. He said, “I voted for him 4 years ago for this reason and will vote for him again for this reason. He gets things done quickly and he will change the economy quickly. There you have these people that you have.” ”

It was not long before the “Look Who’s Talking” star was dismissed by her followers on the social media site, with Trump for her continued support of issues including dealing with the coronovirus epidemic, which she had previously publicly praised . Before long Elle’s name was trending on Twitter.

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Filmmaker Judd Apatow was among the people Criticize him The writing, “Shelfie Long, was funnier than you are.”

The jab was a reference to the fact that Ellie was brought on “Cheers” in Season 6, so that the latter decided to move on from the wildly popular sitcom in order to change Clove’s character.

“Modern Family” executive producer Danny Zucker followed suit with a similar jab after Elle’s Hour.

Christy Elle was criticized on social media for declaring her support for Donald Trump.

Christy Elle was criticized on social media for declaring her support for Donald Trump.
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“Breaking: Shelley Long Quitting is no longer the most drastic decision made by the” Cheers “actor,” She wrote.

Later in the evening, Elle responded that she was getting Trump’s support, prompting her critics to be rude and “nasty”.

“I don’t think I’ve seen so much name in my life” She wrote. “Definitely not here on my site, anyway I’m not allowed to have an attitude without saying really bad names by the way I think I’m going to be really bad people.”

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When a supporter suggested that there was a possibility that he was happy not to become a Democrat, He replied He never “faced such terrible people” in his life.

He sent another follow-up tweet about backlash writing encouraging his followers, supporting his political stance to “stick to your guns”.

“It is not always easy to be under fire but it is always easier to go against your own integrity. And just remember: if it tries thousands and brings U down, you should win a mighty mef love, ” He concluded.

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Glee’s support for President Trump is nothing new to those who have been paying attention to his social media presence in recent months. She previously accused Joe Biden of being afraid to debate Trump in July and in 2019, he announced that he refused to be one of the “Hollywood a-hats,” working with Republicans. Refuse to do.