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Lauren Jauregui Is Rightfully Livid Over Trump's DACA Decision: 'You Disgust Me'

Lauren Jauregui Is Rightfully Livid Over Trump's DACA Decision: 'You Disgust Me'

Lauren Jauregui is letting her voice be heard after it was announced that Donald Trump is planning on ending the DACA program for “dreamers.”

The 21-year-old Fifth Harmony singer has always been outspoken with her politics and she is using her platform to make sure everyone knows that this is not the right move for our country.

“It’s incredible to me that you’ll pardon a man who is known for running his prison as a Latino concentration camp and call him a patriot, but then deport kids with a dream to be successful citizens with safe lives,” Lauren wrote on Twitter. “You disgust me. You and your squad of Republican elite/cowards are truly sick humans. Pardoning criminals and criminalizing the vulnerable.”

The program allows illegal immigrants who came into the country as children a way to stay in the country without being deported. It has been shown that the U.S. government could lose $460 billion in revenue over the next decade if DACA is shut down and 700,000 people could lose their jobs.

Emily Osment's Political New Pin Speaks For Itself

Emily Osment's Political New Pin Speaks For Itself

Emily Osment was one of many young celebrities who took to Twitter yesterday to condemn Donald Trump‘s remarks sympathizing with white supremacists — but she’s using more than words to make her point.

The 25-year-old Young and Hungry star posted an Instagram today (August 16) of her jean jacket, accessorized with a small black pin that reads “IMPEACH” in white bubble letters.

“Now when people ask me why I’m crying in the middle of trader joe’s all I have to do is point,” she captioned the selfie, “#impeach.”

Emily also tweeted yesterday condemning Trump‘s remarks, calling him a “white supremacist,” and urging parents to educate their children so that the future can be better.

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Now when people ask me why I'm crying in the middle of trader joe's all I have to do is point. #impeach

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Rowan Blanchard, Demi Lovato & More Slam Trump's Press Conference Defending Neo-Nazis

Rowan Blanchard, Demi Lovato & More Slam Trump's Press Conference Defending Neo-Nazis

Many young celebrities are speaking out today with outrage, disgust, and sadness after a press conference in which President Donald Trump said “both sides” are to blame for the violence in violence in Charlottesville.

“You had many people in that group other than neo-Nazis and white nationalists,” he said. “The press has treated them absolutely unfairly. Now, in the other group also, you had some fine people but you also had troublemakers.”

Trump also blamed counter-protestors, calling them the “alt left.”

Now young figures in the entertainment industry, from Demi Lovato to Colton Haynes to Cole Sprouse, are now fighting back in droves.

Rowan Blanchard was disgusted by his claim that there were “fine people” protesting the statue being taken down.

Demi is taking a stand no matter what people might say.

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Zendaya Calls Out Donald Trump's 'Joke' About Police Brutality

Zendaya Calls Out Donald Trump's 'Joke' About Police Brutality

Zendaya has a history of using her enormous social following to criticize Donald Trump‘s policies and tweets on Twitter, and she took to the platform this morning (August 2) to do so again.

The 20-year-old Spiderman: Homecoming actress spoke out in response to an ABC News alert reading: “White House press secretary says Pres. Trump was joking about police brutality comment.”

“It’s not funny,” she quote-tweeted the alert.

She’s right; joking about losing black lives is nothing to laugh about.

Read about more times Zendaya used her online platform to talk about social issues here.

Lili Reinhart Calls For Donald Trump's Impeachment on Twitter

Lili Reinhart Calls For Donald Trump's Impeachment on Twitter

Celebrities are taking to Twitter and Instagram in droves today to speak out against Donald Trump‘s Twitter declaration that trans individuals cannot serve in the military.

Riverdale actress Lili Reinhart is going one step further.

“Impeachment– where are we in regards to that process and how can we speed things along?” the 20-year-old actress tweeted today (July 26). “Trump is a disgrace #TransRightsAreHumanRights.”

Her Twitter followers are responding to her tweet with largely warm words thanking her for standing up for LGBT rights — and more than a few of them are throwing around “Lili for President.” (Although, of course, some are furious at her words.)

Lili isn’t the only star thinking in that direction: Paris Jackson took to Twitter today to call for impeachment as well.

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