These celebrities who are against Donald Trump, didn’t keep quiet during the 2016 election cycle and some are still being vocal about the outcome.
Many announced their endorsements of candidates, both Democrats and Republicans.
And some have simply spoken out against President Donald Trump.
Watch below to see which celebrities have denounced The Donald.
Following the release of a video of Trump speaking offensively about women in 2005, Arnold Schwarzenegger said he will not vote for the Republican nominee.
“As proud as I am to label myself a Republican, there is one label I hold above all else — American,” he said. “So I want to take a moment today to remind my fellow Republicans that it is not only acceptable to choose your country over your party — it is your duty.”
2.Robert De Niro
Also, Actor and New Yorker Robert has made his opinions on Donald Trump pretty clear.
“It’s crazy that people like Donald Trump. He shouldn’t even be where he is, so God helps us,” De Niro said.
He has also spoken in favor of Hillary Clinton. In April 2015 he told The Daily Beast that Hillary Clinton has “earned the right to be president.”
America’s words to Donald Trump, thanking him for his “hateful rhetoric” about Mexican immigrants because it will energize Latino voters to vote for other candidates.
“Remarks like yours will serve brilliantly to energize Latino voters and increase turnout on election day against you and any other candidate who runs on a platform of hateful rhetoric,” she wrote.
“You, Mr. Trump, are living in an outdated fantasy of a bigoted America,” she continued.
In her speech, she said, “Donald’s not making America great again, he’s making America hate again. Also, the vast majority of us cannot afford to see his vision of America come to be.”
Singer-songwriter John Legend called Trump “racist” on Twitter after Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr. tweeted about the clashes between Trump supporters and protesters in Chicago.
“Ha 5 students when asked why they were protesting couldn’t even answer. The participation medal/micro-aggression generation is pretty sad!” Trump Jr. tweeted.”
.@DonaldJTrumpJr I think they were protesting your racist father. This isn’t complicated,” Legend wrote.
After the exchange received media attention, Legend tweeted, “This is not controversial. This is not news. The sky is blue.”
However, he called Trump “a xenophobic fascist” in an interview with The Guardian, published on March 3.
Calling Donald Trump’s proposition to ban Muslims from entering the United States “a massively stupid idea,” Clooney said, “in election season, things go crazy, and the loudest voices are the furthest and most extreme.”
“He’s just an opportunist,” Clooney said of Trump. “Now he’s a fascist; a xenophobic fascist.”
“You can count on Americans to do the right thing after they’ve exhausted all the other possibilities,” he added.
Johnny Depp, who did an impression of Trump in a parody video by “Funny or Die,” spoke about the presidential candidate at an appearance at Arizona State University on March 12, calling him “a brat.”
He said: “There is a pretense. There is something created by him in the sense of bullydom. But what he is, I believe, is a brat.”
Miley Cyrus called Trump a “nightmare” on Instagram on Super Tuesday, when Trump won a number of states.
In addition, Miley also said she would move to another country if Trump is elected.
Also, Shakira also reacted to Donald Trump’s comments about Mexican immigrants, tweeting, “This is a hateful and racist speech that attempts to divide a country that for years has promoted diversity and democracy!”
“No one living in this century should stand behind so much ignorance,” she wrote on Twitter
9.Bill de Blasio
Also, Mayor Bill de Blasio, who has campaigned for Hillary Clinton, is another public figure to call the GOP front-runner “a racist.”
“I didn’t realize this was in question. He behaves like a racist, he speaks like a racist. Of course, Donald J. Trump is a racist,” he tweeted and wrote on Facebook on March 12.