Like many celebrities outraged by the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy, the "Easy Rider" star took to Twitter to express disgust over the mistreatment of migrant children at the border. But it was his reference to Melania and President Trump's 12-year-old son that got him in hot water.
In the March cover story for "Vanity Fair," Jennifer Lawrence explains why she's getting more vocal now — and what the Democrats did wrong by "chastising the Trump supporters."
On Monday, President Trump insulted Sen. Chuck Schumer for crying while attacking the president’s controversial refugee ban. Trump said, “I noticed Chuck Schumer yesterday with fake tears. I’m going to ask him who was his acting coach because I know him very well. … There’s about a 5% chance that it was real but I think they were fake tears.” Amy Schumer came to her cousin's defense.
Before becoming the leader of the free world, Donald J. Trump was an eccentric and slightly bizarre c-list celebrity, with the odd movie appearance under his belt.