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FILE- In this Sept. 2, 2012 file photo, Lindsay Lohan arrives for the GQ Men Of The Year Awards 2014 in central London. A Los Angeles judge on Wednesday Jan. 28, 2015, set another court hearing in Lohan's reckless driving case after a prosecutor questioned whether the actress had completed the terms of her community service sentence with a London charity organization. (Photo by Jonathan Short/Invision/AP, File)

Lindsay Lohan said people should ‘stop bullying’ Trump



Actress Lindsay Lohan says people should “stop bullying” President Trump and “start trusting him” instead.

Some Twitter users on Wednesday criticized Lohan for defending Trump, while others praised her for standing up for the president.

Lohan, who starred in movies including “Mean Girls,” “Freaky Friday” and “The Parent Trap,” boasts 9.38 million Twitter followers.

The actress also defended Trump in March 2016 while the New York billionaire was campaigning for president.

“I know Donald Trump, he is a nice person,” she told The Scottish Sun newspaper in an interview.

“They are making too much of a spectacle out of the election and they’re being mean,” Lohan added without specifying who she meant. “People are too mean towards Trump.”

Trump discussed Lohan in a controversial December 2004 interview with radio host Howard Stern that resurfaced during the 2016 race.

“Can you imagine the sex with this troubled teen?” Stern asked Trump, referencing the then 18-year-old Lohan.

“Yeah, you’re probably right,” Trump responded. “She’s probably deeply troubled and therefore great in bed. How come the deeply troubled women, you know, deeply, deeply troubled, they’re always the best in bed?”

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