Salma Hayek may be the most recent celebrity to slam Donald Trump, but she's certainly not the first. The 69-year-old GOP front-runner's unfiltered tweets and controversial remarks on the campaign trail have sparked responses from Miley Cyrus, Aaron Paul, Chelsea Handler and everyone in between. Check out which stars have fired back at the businessman turned presidential hopeful.
After Trump mistakenly referred to the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks as "7/11" at a Buffalo, New York, rally on Monday, April 18, the actress, 49, tweeted the next day: "I am a dyslexic Mexican and English is my second language, however even I do not confuse 7/11 with 9/11. #DonaldTrump"
"Trump can't stop won't stop saying stupid a– sexist sh-t!!!!" the Voice mentor, 23, posted on Instagram March 25 after Trump retweeted an unflattering photo of Republican opponent Ted Cruz's wife next to a favorable photo of his own wife, Melania. "We will not allow you to destroy everything we have overcome as women!" Cyrus wrote.
Last June, the 36-year-old actor kept his tweet short and sweet: "Dear Donald Trump, You're an idiot."
Friend or foe? In December, the hip-hop entrepreneur, 58, penned an open letter entitled "To My Old Friend Donald Trump, Stop The Bullsh*t." Simmons, who is the chairman of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, urged Trump to "stop fueling fires of hate."
The television personality, 54, has been publicly feuding with Trump since 2006. In an April 16 interview with WABC radio, she likened him to the villain from the Harry Potter series: "He's like Lord Voldemort."
Worth a thousand words! The 41-year-old comedian stripped down for an April 4 Instagram shot with "TRUMP IS A BUTT HOLE" painted on her bare backside.
The Girls star, 29, along with her Lenny Letter cofounder, Jenni Konner, penned a February 3 article entitled "Hey Donald Trump, What About Your Daughter?" In the open letter to the Republican candidate, they called him "a serious national threat" and questioned his views on women.
A presidential train wreck! When Extra asked the comedian, 34, in November what advice she would give Trump on his then-upcoming SNL hosting gig, she replied, "He should not run for president."
In August, the actress, 32, published an open letter in the Huffington Post addressing Trump's offensive comments against Mexicans: "You, Mr. Trump, are living in an outdated fantasy of a bigoted America."
Trump bashed the Fox News reporter, 45, on Twitter after she questioned his derogatory remarks against women during an August 2015 Republican debate. On April 5 she told Variety: "I had always been hoping I could reach out to him at a time when he wasn't angry. But then he never stops with the attacks."
The liberal filmmaker, 61, posed with a "We Are All Muslim" sign after Trump called for a ban on Muslims entering the United States. Writing for his website, Moore recalled his first meeting with Trump: "What a wuss, was all I remember thinking."
Objection! Last June, the Colombian singer, 39, tweeted of the Republican candidate: "No one living in this century should stand behind so much ignorance."
The comedian, 47, who was in a coma for two weeks after a car crash in 2014, joked on the Tonight Show in January that he wanted to go back into a coma because of Trump: "Donald Trump is leading in the polls. I'm going back."
The Mexican American actress, 41, took offense to Trump calling Mexican immigrants "rapists." Speaking at a luncheon in June for the National Association of Latino Independent Producers, she said, "What I think he doesn't understand and what people don't understand is words create emotional poison. If you say something like that, as he has said, you must expect a backlash."
At the Amber Rose Takeover Event at Dave & Buster's in Hollywood March 30, the model, 32, said she "can't even think about" Trump leading the country. "I would be devastated."
The 48-year-old comedian had some choice words for Trump in a March 5 promotional email for his web series Horace and Pete. "Please stop it with voting for Trump," C.K. pleaded. "It was funny for a little while. But the guy is Hitler."
No funny business! The POTUS, 54, said in February: "Being president is a serious job. It's not hosting a talk show or a reality show."
Meredith Grey does not approve! When Trump became the topic of discussion at the Television Critics Association's press tour in August, the Grey’s Anatomy star, 46, quipped: "You could send him over to Meredith and I could cut his vocal cords out."
The Catfish host, 31, was infuriated after a February GOP debate. His Facebook post didn't mince words: "TRUMP is a loud, pathetic, obnoxious, prick. Are we seriously considering putting this clown in charge of our country?!? … That's all you are, TRUMP, a schoolyard bully."
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