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‘He will never accept accountability’: Barbra Streisand, John Cusack, Caitlyn Jenner and more celebrities react to Donald Trump’s guilty verdict

Former US President Donald Trump, the first to be criminally convicted after leaving office, was found guilty of all 34 counts of falsifying business records to hide a secret payment to Stormy Daniels by a new jury yorkers. Theoretically, Trump faces up to four years in prison per count, but the likelihood of probation is higher.

This is why Hollywood is celebrating.

Celebrities denounce Donald Trump after his guilty verdict

The conviction of Donald Trump ignited social networks and many people reacted to it. Some of them are the biggest names in Hollywood who have criticized him. Celebrities are lashing out at X with their comments on the verdict which saw most of them lambasting the ex-president, although others still support him today.

While George Takei suggested renaming Trump 34 instead of 45 due to the number of guilty verdicts, comedian Kathy Griffin – an anti-Trump activist – admitted she was “crying tears of joy” to her fans because that she expected them to agree. with his prayers.

Barbra Streisand, 82, an EGOT-winning singer whose career spans more than six decades, is also among those ridiculing Trump. She thinks that we must take responsibility and stop denigrating the police again and again.

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Barbra Streisand wrote on no longer allow this criminal to come near the White House.

John Cusack was also rather blunt in his Now what will the judge do about Trump’s contempt violations.

Billy Baldwin wrote on X: “Guilty on all counts. E. Jean Carroll, Stormy Daniels, election interference, espionage and incitement of a future insurrection. »

Caitlyn Jenner appears to support the Republican via X post

Some stars, like Caitlyn Jenner, are still supporting the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, saying the real verdict will come on Nov. 5, when the presidential election results are known.

The 77-year-old former Republican president can still seek re-election by facing President Joe Biden in November.

In addition, he faces federal criminal charges for conspiring against Biden’s victory in last year’s election and leaking top-secret government documents during his post-term as US president. However, it appears that these subsequent proceedings, involving more serious charges, will only begin after the presidential election.

READ ALSO : Robert De Niro rips Donald Trump during Biden campaign; Called him a “clown” and “dictator”

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