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Cher Faces Backlash Over 'Controversial' Comments About Ivanka & Don Jr

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The popular pop singer Cher had posted a tweet directly aimed at US president Donald Trump and his children, writing in her tweet that they “worth a damn.”

It can be noted that the pop-singer had already voiced her distaste for the Trump Administration multiple times already, often using Twitter to voice out her opinions regarding the pressing issue.

Things took a major turn just this Thursday, when she thrashed out her concerns from Donald Trump’s hunting hobbies as well as Ivanka Trump’s allegiance to her ties to China.

In the viral tweet, Cher had stated: “HERE ARE THE ‘LET THEM EAT [CAKE], TRUMPS NOT ONE OF THEM WORTH A DAMN,” along with four photos that had embodied her hatred for both Ivanka and Trump and their children.

In the first tweet, it was an old screenshot of fellow actor Hugh Grant who had widely criticized the US president’s son’s affinity to Wildlife Trophy Hunting, most especially aimed at elephants. This goes the same for the second tweet. On the third tweet, it was a photo of a Google Search term of “TRUMP BOYS KILLING BIG GAME” along with various other headlines.

On the last twitter photo, it can be seen that the singer now skips the Trump boys and proceeds to directly attack Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, with a photo attached of a Google search for  “Ivanka has something to do with China” stating her alleged  ties to the country.

At around Wednesday, Cher had another tweet aimed at Ivanka, stating “An Ivanka Trump Trademark For Voting Machines Was Approved By China — Here's What That Means .FIRST FAMILY WHO COMMITS TREASON 2GETHER STAYS 2GETHER‼️OR STAYS OUT OF PRISON 2GETHER‼️ DELUSIONAL AMERICANS  PLS SEE,DICTATORSHIP IS COMING.”

Her headlines also wrote “I AGREE… THAT DEMS STILL DONT GET,THEY’RE PLAYING POLITICS,& trump’s PLAYING BUTCHER YOUR ENEMIES& CREATE CONSTANT MAYHEM. HE’S IGNORANT THUG WITH LIZARD BRAIN THAT GUARANTEES HIS SURVIVAL ABOVE ALL ELSE.”

Sources: Fox News / Photo Credit: Google