Charlie Sheen Wants Donald Trump to Be 2016’s Next Victim

Actor wishes death on president-elect with “next, please” tweet

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Charlie Sheen in "Two and a Half Men" (CBS)

The year 2016 has seemingly seen an inordinate number of celebrity deaths, but Charlie Sheen took to Twitter to politely ask God if the year can squeeze in President-elect Donald Trump before the New Year.

The actor sent his message, which is currently pinned to his Twitter page, shortly after news broke that famed actress Debbie Reynolds died the day after her daughter, Carrie Fisher, passed away.

The year 2016 has also claimed the lives of Prince, David Bowie, Muhammad Ali, Glenn Frey, Nancy Reagan, Phife Dawg, Harper Lee, Garry Shandling and a ton of other notable celebrities and political figures.

Twitter users, who are presumably sick of hearing about people dying, were quick to rip the actor for the morbid request.

Fox News media guru Howie Kurtz called Sheen’s tweet “sick” and said it should be condemned, while other wondered if the Secret Service will get involved in what could be considered a threat. On user wrote, “Charlie Sheen is now exploiting tragedy as an excuse to attack President-elect Trump. Very sad.”

Checkout some of the backlash: