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Mark Ruffalo And Chris Evans Criticize Trump’s Latest Speech

While the vote-counting is ongoing in the United States, certain Hollywood actors such as Mark Ruffalo and Chris Evans go on showing their support for Joe Biden and slamming Donald Trump.

As known, on November 5, Trump released a 17-minute-long speech from the press room at the White House and claimed that Democrats are trying to ‘steal’ the election to win. He argued if the legal votes are count, he easily wins. Then the current president of the United State said that he has already “decisively won many critical states.”

Following the speech, Ruffalo and Evans took to social media in order to express that they disagree with him. Mark Ruffalo, who gained wide recognition for portraying ‘Bruce Banner & Hulk‘ in the Marvel Universe superhero films, wrote on Twitter that Trump’s claims have not a single shred of evidence to anything. He continued:

It’s all lies and it’s not going to go anywhere with the courts he has lost all but one lawsuit because he has no credible claims.”

As for Chris Evans, playing  ‘Captain America‘ in the Marvel’s series of films, also took to Twitter and stated as Ruffalo did that Trump’s speech is consisting of a bunch of lies. He wrote:

“Wow. Hey Republicans, are you listening to this come-to-life toilet spew complete lies about the integrity of our democratic process?”

Apart from Ruffalo and Evans, ’13 Reasons Why’ star Dylan Minnette and the ‘Chicago PD’ actor Jesse Lee Soffer reacted to Trump following his latest speech. Minnette said that was the most pathetic speech of Trump; according to the young actor, the 45th president of the United State is now sad.  Jesse Lee Soffer added:

“Fox leaving him on letting him lie with zero accountability. Lie after lie after lie after lie. This is not an American President.”

See below to view the mentioned tweets.

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