Ice Cube took matters even further by speculating that President Trump will drop a nuclear bomb on a U.S. city.
John Cusack wrote in a now-deleted tweet that the president “has declared like a pig [wallowing] in shit ‘my American carnage has finally arrived.'”
Rob Reiner compared President Trump to Confederate president Jefferson Davis.
Patricia Arquette called the president a “cardboard fake Christian” for walking to St. John’s Church.
Mia Farrow admonished the president for not visiting the protestors who have descended upon the White House, calling him a “coward.”
Bette Midler faulted the president for taking an aggressive stance on violent protests.
Stephen King dismissed the threat posed by Antifa, calling it a group of “apolitical hooligans and smash-and-grab artists.”
The Hangover actor Ed Helms tweeted that President Trump gave “the worst speech in the history of our great nation.”
Actor Wendell Pierce said that the removal of protestors from the area outside The White House so that the president could visit the church constitutes a “constitutional crisis.” He also claimed in a separate tweet that the president is inciting violence by invoking the military.
Actor Billy Baldwin tweeted that President Trump failed to offer an “open hand… only a clenched fist.”
Ellen Barkin compared Atty. General William Barr to Hitler. Barr accompanied the president on his walk to St. John’s during which they passed lines of what appeared to be U.S. military personnel.
Actors Bradley Whitford, Jeffrey Wright and Ken Jeong claimed that the president’s walk to St. John’s was phony.
Actor Ethan Embry claimed that President Trump “gassed 1000 Americans” in order to walk to a “fucking church.” He also tweeted, “Fuck you Donald Trump.”
Actress Piper Perabo used the president’s address to demand his resignation.