Lindsay Lohan's message for people who insist on 'bullying' president

Nick Sanchez
July 6, 2017

Former child star Lindsay Lohan called for people to stop "bullying" President Donald Trump on Twitter this week and declared herself a supporter of the embattled president.

The tweet Lohan responded to was posted in defense of Trump after the chaos that ensued on social media after he posted an edited video last week that featured him tackling and wrestling with a CNN logo. She told her Twitter users not to speak poorly about him, the First Family, or anyone else. Investigators looking into possible Russian Federation collusion with pro-Trump websites: "report MORE fan".

- tarra (@gratatarra) July 5, 2017 I absolutely believe that Lindsay Lohan was hacked, she couldn't work with refugees, learn the Quran, the Arabic AND support Trump.

Donald Trump apparently has a friend in Lindsay Lohan, whom he once said is "probably deeply troubled and therefore great in bed".

Curtis called the remarks "gross", "lecherous" and "lewd" after they resurfaced a year ago.

She was a supporter of Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election and after Trump's win, she tweeted, "Retweet if you want a recount."

Lindsay Lohan's politics are as red as her hair.

In a December 2004 interview with Howard Stern, Trump made several provocative comments about Lohan, who was 18 at the time. The self proclaimed entrepreneur shared a story on the President backing British parents attempting to get their son to the United States for treatment, but were denied. When speaking to the Daily Mail in February, she said, "I think always in the public eye you're going to be scrutinized. If you can't beat him, join him". I do think his Twitter needs to be taken away or deleted.

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