Hollywood Furious Over Trump’s Voter Fraud Investigation

“Yet another example of a seriously sick POTUS,” tweets Rob Reiner

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In just his first week as president, Donald Trump is giving his detractors a lot to be furious about. He’s vowed to slash environmental regulations, is pushing forward on the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines, and is beginning his plans to build that wall on the Mexico border.

But something that has really angered a good lot of celebrities and media figures on Twitter is the White House’s announcement that the president will call for an investigation into voter fraud that he claims is responsible for 3 million to 5 million votes against him in last year’s election. Yes, Trump is sticking with his longtime claim that without this alleged fraud, he would have won the popular vote.

The White House has not provided any evidence for his claim, and Trump’s legal team said back in November that there had been no evidence of voter fraud while trying to stop Jill Stein’s efforts to recount votes in midwestern states.

The announcement has triggered another wave of #resist tweets from the famous, including Cher; directors Rob Reiner, Joss Whedon and Judd Apatow; and more: