The 24-year-old singer directly responded to the President’s tweet, which shames two Democrats — well, the entire party, really — who organized a rally in Washington, D.C..
“@realDonaldTrump how about you stop dividing our country into two parties and unite us like a President should,” Demi tweeted.
Followed by a plea for the country to unite, despite the current political climate. “I’m just sad that we can’t all come together regardless of sex, race, religion, political party.. etc. we need to now more than ever,” she said.
Click inside to see Demi Lovato’s exchange with the President. Plus, see what iconic activist she ran into at the 2017 Women’s March…
I'm just sad that we can't all come together regardless of sex, race, religion, political party.. etc. we need to now more than ever.
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) January 31, 2017
Demi has been increasing her activism lately. Two weeks ago, she went to Kenya to work with children as part of the #WeToMeMovement.
Seeing these activists — from totally different generations — should-to-shoulder is pretty cool: