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Roberts posted an Instagram wearing a Clinton campaign tee designed by Tanya Taylor, adding #MadeForHistory and #ImWithHer.
The actress posted this photo with Hillary Clinton before the primaries back in June, encouraging her followers to go vote. King wrote, "our country will be even greater when this woman is our next POTUS!"
Handler has been a longtime supporter of Clinton. "She is a really wonderful person, and a mother, and a caring grandmother," Handler told The Daily Beast about Clinton.
Although she can't *technically* vote, the singer wanted fans to know that she is on Hillary's side. "Don't vote for him," she said during her concert in Miami, referring to Trump. "I am English, but what happens in America affects me, too," Adele said. "I am 100 percent for Hillary Clinton. I love her, she's amazing."
Amy Schumer tweeted this photo saying, "I'm with her. Remember what thumper said everyone." Casually reminding us all that if you've got nothing nice to say—keep it on mute.
At the Democratic National Convention, Meryl Streep said Hillary will be the nation's first female president, but "she won't be the last"
The American Horror Story star posted this selfie with Hillary Clinton along with a captioned detailing her support. More importantly, she proudly sported a "Hillary y'all!" pin. 'Nuff said.
Lady Gaga has been a staunch Hillary support since the beginning of her campaign, performing at an earlier benefit where tickets went for a whopping $1000. After posing with Hil in a "Yaaas Hillary!" tee, it seems Gaga took it upon herself to pass around the design. Jamie Lee Curtis tweeted out this photo of her and Lady Gaga sharing a shirt saying, " @HillaryClinton brings people together. @ladygaga#ShesWithUs"
The actress spoke at the DNC, endorsing Hillary saying, "[Hillary Clinton] is committed. She understands that taking a stand against climate change — it's not about politics. It is about our moral obligation to one another and to our children, and to the generations that will one day inherit this beautiful earth."
Ellen told Hillary when she appeared on her talk show in 2015, "I think that you're as smart as can be, I think you are qualified, I think you stand for everything that I want in a president."
"Hillary Clinton is going to be the ultimate girlboss as our next president," Drew Barrymore said in an email.
Clooney recently wrote a letter declaring his support of Clinton. In the letter—which invited fellow Clinton fans to enter a lottery for a chance to attend a fundraiser in her honor at Clooney's home—he commented that Clinton was "the only grown-up in the room."
"In all of this clutter, there's been one consistent voice. A voice of tolerance and experience, from a candidate who's spent a lifetime fighting for the rights of the less fortunate. A candidate who knows firsthand the complexity of our international relationships."
While not an outright endorsement, Khloé Kardashian is a *fan* of Hillary's. In a post on her site, she wrote: "No matter what candidate you support for the next presidential election, you have to admit that it's f*cking AWESOME that a woman is up for the job!!! Hillary Clinton deserves a big 'DAAAAAAAMN, Gina!' for being the first to get this close. So dope."
The woman behind Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder, and Grey's Anatomy was the driving force behind Hillary's new ad campaign—which starred her and Kerry Washington, Viola Davis, and Ellen Pompeo (who also voiced their support).
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Britney Spears seems to be a part of Hillary's camp, all thanks to an Instagram. "Being in Vegas for #PieceOfMe is amazing for so many reasons... Especially today... because I had the incredible opportunity to meet @HillaryClinton!!" she wrote. "Such an inspiration and beautiful voice for women around the world!!! This woman had an intense presence and I felt very honored to meet her!!!"
The model recently took to Instagram to declare her support of the Democratic nominee. "Shirt by @themarcjacobs. History by @hillaryclinton. #MadeForHistory #ImWithHer" she wrote, while wearing a t-shirt with Hillary's face on it.
Demi Lovato got political at a University of Iowa campus rally, performing a set of songs before officially introducing Clinton to a crowd of 2,000 fans. "Not only am I voting for [Hillary] because of her beliefs, her strength and the fact that she completely embodies the concept of women empowerment...I am voting for her because I truly believe that there is nobody more qualified to run this country–our country–than our Secretary of State," Lovato told the audience.
John Legend is noted as backing/donating to Hillary's campaign.
Same for Eisenberg.
Salma Hayek has been a longtime supporter of Hillary, telling Latina: "I have a lot of hope for Hillary," she said. "We need somebody with experience who can endure. And this woman has endured it all. Hillary is tough."
The Orange is the New Black actress tweeted her support with a simple message: "Hillary."
The Girls creator and star posted a pic on Instagram, calling Hillary "my president," after Clinton announced her presidential campaign.
"I believed in her then, I believed in her now," the actress wrote, sharing a picture of her in 2008 on the campaign trail for Hillary.
The actress encouraged everyone to vote, and threw in the hashtag #Hillary2016—so we think we know her candidate.
The actress tweeted in support of Hillary with an emoji of an American flag and a heart.
Jennifer Lopez is Team Hillary. "I think it's time for a woman president," J.Lo told E!.
"I'll be voting for Ms. Clinton," Snoop told Bravo.
Queen Bey is Team Hillary—she's donated and publicly showed support.
In an interview with GQ, 28-year-old Carter defended his decision to support Trump (and an extensive Twitter session) by saying that "I support Donald Trump. I don't support every little thing. Trump goes his own way. He's a leader, not a follower," before explaining that he does *not* support banning gay marriage or building a wall between the United States and Mexico: "It's outlandish."
The controversial rapper took to Twitter to say some things about the election, including who she'll be voting for: "Ok so, I think I'm ready to admit that I'm going to vote for Donald Trump," she wrote. Banks explained: "I think Trump is the only one who truly has the balls to bust up big business. Hilary is too tied in with them and Bernie has no clout." She continued: "In conclusion, I think Donald trump is evil like America is evil and in order for America to keep up with itself it needs him." A vote is a vote, we guess.
Officially endorsing Donald Trump, Sarah Palin had this to say about the candidate: "He is from the private sector, not a politician. Can I get a hallelujah? He knows how to lead the charge. So troops hang in there, he's on the way."
The actress went on record that she is Team Trump after tweeting that she didn't like Trump's treatment by Scott Pelley on 60 Minutes. "Watching @realDonaldTrump on 60 minutes holding his own with Scott Pelley.Pelley acting like an antagonist asshat.I like Trump..fire at will," she tweeted, before engaging with her followers about Trump. After one reader wrote that maybe people who combat those who cite their political views do it because of the extremism of the candidate, she replied: "Or perhaps they have the IQ of a gnat...sorry for insulting gnats.."
Update: Turns out the quarterback might *not* be voting for Trump (or at least, he's playing coy). He clarified his comments on WEEI's Dennis & Callahan show, saying that he made the remarks "off-hand."
"It's just a different world than when I started in professional football. Even an off-handed comment like that, like you said, that people may run with," he said. "And I understand why people do run with it because you get the clicks and that type of stuff. It's just people doing their job. A comment like that, I try to have fun with certain things."
"He's been a fun guy that I've had a lot of time around," he continued. "The fact that he's running has obviously led to a lot of stories and debates and ratings were huge for all those Republican debates and so forth. One way or another, it's so far away from when the election will be."
Original: The New England Patriots quarterback (and Mr. Gisele Bundchen) told reporters that he thought Trump as president would be "great." When asked whether Trump had what it took to become POTUS, he replied: "I hope so," he said. "That would be great. There would be a putting green on the White House lawn. I'm sure of that."
The outspoken personality/performer has said a Donald Trump would "kick ass and take names, and that's what America needs right now."