Global superstar Cher as gone to war on the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
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Speaking to her 3 million followers on Twitter the iconic singer posted a picture of a two similar portraits that feature both Donald Trump and Hitler. The picture with Donald Trump features him wearing the same clothing as Hitler and with the swastika emblazoned on his arm.
She captioned the picture,
“I Will Make Germay [sic] Great Again!! I Will Make America Great Again!! I Would (love) 2 Know LAST TIME HE THOUGHT (the US) WAS GREAT”
I Will Make Germay Great Again‼️I Will Make America Great Again‼️I Would 💖2 Know LAST TIME HE THOUGHT 🇺🇸 WAS GREAT‼️ pic.twitter.com/rdwkDp1IqK
— Cher (@cher) May 29, 2016
She went on to blast Trump by calling him a “coward” after claiming that his father managed to get his son deferments from the Vietnam war.
“TRUMPS A COWARD,WHOSE RICH DAD GOT HIM 4 DEFERMENTS,WHILE BRAVE MEN DIED !! TRUMP SAID HIS VIETNAM WAS SCREWING (emjois of chicks) , WONDER WHAT HIS PTSD WAS!?”
TRUMPS A COWARD,WHOSE RICH DAD GOT HIM 4 DEFERMENTS,WHILE BRAVE MEN DIED‼️TRUMP SAID HIS VIETNAM WAS SCREWING🐥🐥, WONDER WHAT HIS PTSD
— Cher (@cher) May 29, 2016
It came to light this year that Trump was kept out of fighting for the US during the Vietnam conflict.
Earlier in the year Cher, who turns 70 this year suggested that Trump didn’t actually want the job of President saying,
“I don’t think he wants the job, or I don’t think he actually wants to do the work. I think he wants the job because it’s the ultimate deal, and he’s the ultimate ego. I don’t know that I’ve heard or seen anybody like him, and I also never thought that Americans would go for someone like him, a person of his quality.”
Cher is not the only icon who has criticised Mr Trump. Bette Midler has taken swipes and Adele has refused him permission to play her songs at his rallies.
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