A HUGE amount of celebrites have come to Meryl Streep's defence after Donald Trump dragged her


By Bianca Mastroianni
Celebrities support Meryl Streep after Trump drags her

ICYMI: Meryl Streep had a bad-ss speech at the Golden Globes regarding the current state of American politics.

Without using his name, she dragged Donald Trump in front of everyone, and caused a whollllle lot of #dramz. Watch the entire thing below:

Of course, Donald Trump took to his favourite social media platform, Twitter, to let everyone know how "overrated" Meryl is anyways.


In response, most of Hollywood have come to support Meryl for her powerful speech.

George Clooney
"Aren't you supposed to be running the country? I didn't vote for him, I don't support him, I don't think he's the right choice. At this moment in our lives we have to hope that he doesn't destroy everything. The reality is you have to hope he will do a decent job because if the United States fails, really terrible things happen, so you have to hope that he can. I don't see any signs of it... I think we're going to be a little unlucky now."

"She's maybe the most overrated actress of all time. She and I worked together on Fantastic Mr. Fox as husband and wife and I will tell you even as a fox, a female fox, she’s overrated." He said, jokingly.

Robert De Niro
Good old Bob actually wrote her a letter (with a pen!), which was obtained by People. It reads:
"Meryl, What you said was great. It needed to be said, and you said it beautifully. I have so much respect for you that you did it while the world was celebrating your achievements. I share your sentiments about punks and bullies. Enough is enough. You, with your elegance and intelligence, have a powerful voice – one that inspires others to speak up as they should so their voices will be heard too. It is so important that we ALL speak up. We love you. Bob."

Zoe Saldana
Zoe attended the premiere of her new movie Live By Night a day after the Golden Globes, and said that, "As an American, I really appreciated the advice. She used the most powerful platform she had. Last night, in honour of all the celebrations that were being had, that was her victory, that was her advice, and as an American that was very moving."

Diane Kruger

Elizabeth Banks

George Takei

Rachel Dratch

Lily Collins

Judd Apatow

Safe to say she's got a few buddies looking out for her.