"That's Nasty!": Cher Faces Backlash Over Her Latest Attack On President Trump And His Family
May 14, 2019 16:57 By Fabiosa
There’s no love lost between Cher and Donald Trump! The pop diva has been a vocal critic of Trump since before he took office, and the President usually responds to her jabs in kind.
Cher seems to disagree with Trump on everything, from immigration policy to LGBTQ rights. The singer never shies away from airing her opinions about the President on social media, but she doesn’t always get the expected reaction to her rants.
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Cher’s latest attack on Trump
In her latest tweet, Cher once again expressed her true feelings about Trump and his circle:
THERE IS NOTHING GOOD IN trump, HIS CHILDREN,ANYONE IN HIS ADMINISTRATION,— Cher (@cher) May 13, 2019
However, she did not provide any explanation as to what the President said or did that set her off this time. It seems like another random attack, but what rubbed some of her followers the wrong way is the way her message is worded and what it seemingly implies.
While some of the singer’s loyal fans agree with her sentiment, some think she went overboard this time, as in their interpretation, her message didn’t spare the youngest Trump – the President's son Barron.
Here are a few reactions to Cher’s attack:
If you can’t say nothing good about someone you should say nothing 👍— LarryWBowen (@majik44) May 13, 2019
And by this tweet you post, there is no longer the same in you. Sad end to a decent career.— SeeDaUSAinmyCovefefe (@GMEMDBABY) May 13, 2019
That’s pretty nasty lady!— GlennT (@getglennt) May 13, 2019
A bit snarky, hands off Baron too— patsy (@EichenbergPat) May 13, 2019
Wow what an intellectual quote! So inspired. Gonna follow my favorite artist for political news :)— Zeph (@Zeph137) May 13, 2019
Well, that goes for Baron as well, then and that's a bit unfair.— Phil Vasquez (@tinpanalleypics) May 13, 2019
Not a fan of Trump either, not that it really matters because I am not a US resident. Still think the message should be revised to “adult offspring” or something of that nature. Leave kids out of this ludicrousness.— Leah Papadopoylos (@LeahPapadopoyl2) May 14, 2019
Should she have held her tongue? Or was her tweet misconstrued?