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Donald Trump Ripped by Kristen Bell Over ‘Frozen’ Tweet: ‘Zip It, Don’

The presumptive GOP nominee better watch out; Princess Anna has her eye on him

Kristen Bell has three words for Donald Trump about his tweet invoking her film “Frozen” — and, no, they’re not “Let it go,” but they’re pretty close.

Bell, who provided the voice of Anna in the animated smash hit, ripped into the Republican presidential contender after he mentioned “Frozen” in an apparent effort to deflect criticism he has received over a previous tweet of his.

“Zip it Don & get ur head outta ur ass,” Bell wrote Thursday.

The actress went on to suggest that Trump should perhaps focus more on the recent shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile by police, writing, “We’ve more important things 2 think abt today #AltonSterling #PhilandoCastile.”

Bell’s suggestion was in response to a tweet published by Trump on Wednesday, which invoked a “Frozen” book bearing a Star of David-like badge on its cover similar to the one used in a controversial tweet he sent on Saturday involving Hillary Clinton and images of $100 bills.

“Where is the outrage for this Disney book?” Trump wrote. “Is this the ‘Star of David’ also? Dishonest media! #Frozen.”

Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Trump was reacting to the criticism he received after he shared an image via Twitter regarding his political opponent Hillary Clinton.

Over the weekend, Trump shared an image of Clinton surrounded by money and set next to a six-pointed star that bore the message, “Most  Corrupt Candidate Ever!”

The image — which apparently originated on an online message board for neo-Nazis — was blasted by some as anti-Semitic, a claim that Trump has denied as “false attacks.”

“These false attacks by Hillary Clinton trying to link the Star of David with a basic star, often used by sheriffs who deal with criminals and criminal behavior, showing an inscription that says ‘Crooked Hillary is the most corrupt candidate ever’ with anti-Semitism is ridiculous,” Trump said in a statement.