Cher on Trump: ‘From Behind a Podium He Yells, Bullies, Threatens, Casts Blame, is Incoherent’

By Staff | April 24, 2020 | 4:03pm EDT
(Photo by David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images)
(Photo by David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images)

( - Singer and actress Cher sent out a tweet saying that President Donald Trump’s regular COVID-19 press briefings are really “NEW Campaign Rallies” where Trump does thinks like yell, bully and cast blame while being “incoherent.”

“trump Calls NEW Campaign Rallies“The Daily Coronavirus Briefing,” Cher said in the tweet she sent out on April 18, which forward a story that the New York Times published on March 30 about Trump’s briefings.

“From Behind a Podium he Yells,Bullies,Threatens,Casts Blame,Is Incoherent,Tries 2 Act Presidential,& Wants Pity,” said Cher.

“NOW, In Time of Crisis,Chaos,Fear,[image of a broken heart]&[image of a skull and crossbones],He Supports Civil Disobedience,” she said.

“ps.ALL OF WANTS 2 WORK,” she concluded.

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