Lindsay Lohan asks world to 'stop bullying' Donald Trump

Lindsay Lohan asks world to 'stop bullying' Donald Trump on 4th of July
Lindsay Lohan Photo credit: Getty

Lindsay Lohan has leapt to the defence of US President Donald Trump, urging people to stop "bullying" the former Celebrity Apprentice star.

The Mean Girls star took to Twitter on the United States' Independence Day. Lohan first retweeted a Trump fan who posted a link to extreme conservative opinion website Breitbart and a message to "crybabies", before replying with a message of her own.

"THIS IS our president. Stop #bullying him & start trusting him. Thank you personally for supporting #THEUSA," wrote Lohan.

She added in another tweet that Mr Trump's wife Melania and children Ivanka and Donald Jr were "kind".

"As An American, why speak poorly of anyone?" she asked.

Mr Trump likes Lohan too, according to a 2004 interview with Howard Stern, in which he said she was "probably deeply troubled and therefore great in bed".

"You have to like freckles. I've seen a, you know, close up of her chest and a lot of freckles," Mr Trump added, after Stern called Lohan "hot".

The 31-year-old hasn't starred in any major films since the mid-2000s, but continues to make headlines.

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