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Lindsay Lohan Takes a Bold Stance by Showing Support for President Trump

Just in case anyone was wondering what Lindsay Lohan, who hasn’t lived in the U.S. for more than three years now, thinks of the current political situation, here you go: She’s an ardent Donald Trump supporter. Cue the eye rolls.

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It would appear that Lohan, who has gone so far as to adopt a weird unidentifiable accent to prove how not American she is now, thinks she can still tell Americans what to think about their classless, bullying brute of a leader. The really ironic part? She thinks Americans are bullying Trump, and not the other way around. Come again, LiLo?

The Mean Girls actress took to Twitter to share her thoughts on the president, which are basically that people should shut their mouths, sit back and accept everything Trump does. “THIS IS our president. Stop #bullying him & start trusting him. Thank you personally for supporting #THEUSA,” she wrote.
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You’re not dreaming. This is about the same Donald Trump who said on Howard Stern’s radio show that then 18-year-old Lohan was “probably deeply troubled and therefore great in bed.” But no, he’s the one being bullied, you guys. Of course he is.

Surprising literally no one, Lohan’s tweet sparked some debate. In response to one comment, Lohan doubled down, saying Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, Melania Trump and Donald Trump Jr. “are kind people,” adding, “As An American, why speak poorly of anyone?”

Let me again remind you that Lohan hasn’t lived in the U.S. for nearly as long as a presidential term.

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Can we all just go ahead and agree that LiLo is not an authority on American politics right now? And can we also agree that as long as our president is a misogynistic, lying sexual predator who routinely insults women based on their looks, no one gets to claim he’s the one being bullied? OK? OK.

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