AceShowbiz - Now you've got a hint at whom Khloe Kardashian will be voting for at the 2016 presidential election. The reality TV star has publicly declared that she's not a fan of Donald Trump. During her appearance on Chelsea Handler's Netflix talk show "Chelsea", she commented on the Republican nominee.
"I don't think he would make a good president," she said when asked if her momager Kris Jenner thought Trump would be fit for the presidency. Although she once worked with him when she appeared on "The Celebrity Apprentice", she said she didn't enjoy it.
"I didn't care to do 'Celebrity Apprentice'. My mom made me do it," she said. "I hated every minute of it. I was put in situations I would never be in in real life," she continued, adding that she was "stressing myself out, and then dealing with [Trump] and about to be fired, I'm like, 'F**k you. I don't want to do this.' "
At a separate event, Elizabeth Banks also expressed her dislike towards Trump. The actress slammed the real-estate tycoon when speaking at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, July 26. She mocked Trump's entrance at the RNC last week by copying him, walking on the stage applauding herself while Queen's song "We Are the Champions" played.
"I don't usually say this about Donald Trump, but that was over the top," she said on the podium. "I confirmed it right now. The Trump campaign is so hard up for money, I just bought that fog machine on eBay for thirty bucks. I don't feel good about it."
The actress also compared Trump to her "The Hunger Games" character, Effie Trinket. "Some of you know me from 'The Hunger Games', in which I play Effie Trinket - a cruel, out-of-touch reality TV star who wears insane wigs while delivering long-winded speeches to a violent dystopia," she said. "So when I tuned into Cleveland last week, I was like, 'Uh, hey, that's my act!' "
Meanwhile, a bunch of other celebrities have joined a campaign to urge Americans to deny Trump the White House. Julianne Moore, Bryan Cranston, Kerry Washington, Mark Ruffalo, Neil Patrick Harris, Lena Dunham, Shonda Rhimes and Macklemore are among more than 100 stars who support the movement which is part of MoveOn.org Political Action's #UnitedAgainstHate campaign.
"We believe it is our responsibility to use our platforms to bring attention to the dangers of a Trump presidency, and to the real and present threats of his candidacy," reads an open letter signed by the celebrities. "Donald Trump wants to take our country back to a time when fear excused violence, when greed fueled discrimination, and when the state wrote prejudice against marginalized communities into law .... Some of us come from the groups Trump has attacked. Some of us don't. But as history has shown, it's often only a matter of time before the 'other' becomes me."