Celebrities Who Are Definitely Not Endorsing Donald Trump For President In 2024

 Alec Baldwin

The upcoming presidential election is heating up, creating a divide among our loudest voices – celebrity voters. While there are some stars who stay quiet about who they're voting for, the actors, musicians, and sports stars included here have been incredibly vocal about how they would vote for anyone other than former President Donald Trump. Will give.

Samuel L. Wildly different celebrities like Jackson, Chrissy Teigen, Bruce Springsteen, and Cardi B have expressed their dissatisfaction with the former president, so it's safe to say that none of them are going to be red in 2024. Are these stars informed about how you vote, or would you like them to be limited to mere entertainment? We invite you to delve deeper into the thoughts and opinions of these celebrities regarding the upcoming 2024 presidential election.

There's no love lost between Alec Baldwin and Donald Trump, two people who are as close to mortal enemies as you can get in this day and age. Baldwin played a less compassionate version of Trump on SNL between 2016 and 2020, while the former president spent those years tweeting mean things about Baldwin. Following Baldwin's tragic accident on the set of Rust, Trump said:

She is a cuckoo bird. He is mad. And usually, when someone like that happens, you know, in my opinion, he had something to do with it.
Speaking with George Stephanopoulos, Baldwin responded:

I thought to myself,
 just when you think things 
couldn't get more surreal,
 here is the former President 
of the United States 
commenting on this sad situation.

Baldwin definitely won't be voting red in 2024.

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon

Artists Equity, a production company founded by actors Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, sued former President Donald J. Johnson for using audio from their film Air in a campaign video. Criticized Trump, which was uploaded online in early June 2023.

The video, which featured a monologue from the film next to photos and videos from across Mr Trump's life, was shared on Truth Social.

This video was posted with a request for donations, shortly after Mr. Trump was formally charged with federal crimes. Charges against him include illegally possessing classified national security documents after leaving office and obstructing efforts to return them. A statement from Affleck and Damon read:

We had no prior knowledge of, 
did not consent to, and do not endorse
 or approve any footage or audio being 
reused by the Trump campaign as 
political advertising or for any other use.

Jimmy kimmel

Late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has frequently criticized Donald Trump. Kimmel has called Trump "the stupidest criminal in the world" and expressed his belief that Trump is an "extremely stupid person". Kimmel said:

He doesn't have the best words. 
He is not a static talent. That mental
 ability test he's always boasting about
 passing? This is something that
even an average 
7 year old child can overcome.

Meryl Streep

During her Lifetime Achievement Award speech at the 2017 Gold Globes, Meryl Streep alluded to then-President Donald Trump, saying:

This year there was a performance 
that stunned me. This created a 
flutter in my heart. Not because it 
was good, there was nothing good 
about it, but it was effective and it
 did the job. This was the moment 
the man asking to sit on the most
 respected seat of our country imitated 
a disabled journalist. A person whom 
he surpasses in privilege, power, and 
ability to fight back. Hollywood is crawling
 with outsiders and foreigners and if we took
 them all out, you would have nothing to 
watch except football and
mixed martial arts, which are not art.

Bruce Springsteen

In a 2020 interview with The Atlantic, rock star and political activist Bruce Springsteen spoke out against then-President Trump, saying:

I don't think anyone really knows 
where we go from here yet. It 
depends on a lot of unknowns. We 
don't know where the Covid virus 
will take us. We don't know where 
Black Lives Matter will take us yet.
 Do we get real insightful conversations 
about race and policing and ultimately 
the economic inequality that is a stain 
on our social contract? I believe
(Donald Trump) is a threat to our
democracy. That makes any kind
 of improvement even more difficult. 
I don't know whether our democracy 
will survive the next four years under his 
tutelage or not. These are all existential threats 
to our democracy and our American way of life.

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