• July 16, 2024

Lindsay Lohan Just Spoke Out On Her True Feelings About Trump [READ]

 Lindsay Lohan Just Spoke Out On Her True Feelings About Trump [READ]

Lindsay Lohan defended President Donald Trump and his family to “stop bullying” on Monday.

Lohan, 31, first responded to a screenshot of a Breitbart article about British baby Charlie Gard, who suffers from a currently incurable disease. His story has made global headlines and received Trump’s support after the parents raised money for the baby to undergo experimental treatment, despite the European Court of Human Rights’s ruling that the hospital can take him off life support.

She responded to a tweet showing a screenshot of a Breitbart article that quotes Trump saying he would be “delighted” to assist British baby Charlie Gard.

THIS IS our president,” Lohan wrote. “Stop #bullying him & start trusting him. Thank you personally for supporting #THEUSA

Lohan then tweeted in response to another pro-Trump tweet to defend his family. “[They] are kind people,” she wrote. “As An American, why speak poorly of anyone? #FAITH #July4th”

Charlie Gard is a terminally ill baby who has MDDS, a rare mitochondrial disorder that prevents him from moving, seeing or breathing without aid. European courts have ruled that continuing the child’s treatment could cause “significant harm,” and ruled to take him off life support in accordance with his doctors’ medical opinion, according to NPR.

Charlie’s parents have appealed the ruling and raised $2 million to bring their son to a U.S. hospital where he can undergo experimental treatments. On July 3, Trump tweeted his support of the Gard family, offering to help in any way possible.

If we can help little #CharlieGard, as per our friends in the U.K. and the Pope, we would be delighted to do so,” Trump wrote.

The “Parent Trap” actress expressed her support of Trump’s position over Twitter, even defending him when another Twitter user called the president a “fool.”

Although she rose to fame as a child and teen actress in movies including “Parent Trap,” “Mean Girls,” and “Freaky Friday,” Lohan has recently focused on activism, particularly with the Syrian refugee crisis. She will also appear in the upcoming British comedy “Sick Note” opposite Rupert Grint.

During the 2016 election, Lohan gave a cryptic endorsement of Hillary Clinton, with the phrase “I couldn’t understand you more.” After the election results declared Trump the winner, she tweeted, “Retweet if you want a recount.” That tweet has since been deleted.

Article Sources: Opposing Views, The Hill


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