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Bryan Cranston beats President Trump and ‘worries about the health of anyone who can still support him’

Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston took a social media shot at Donald Trump, questioning his sanity and adding that he was concerned about the president’s supporters.

The actor’s tweet on Saturday night lacked context, but was created when Trump proposed injecting UV light and disinfectants into the body as a possible treatment for the coronavirus.

“I am no longer concerned about the President’s mental health. He is not sensible. And the realization of his illness does not fill me with anger, but with deep sadness, ”wrote 64-year-old Cranston.

Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston took a social media shot at Donald Trump, questioning his sanity and adding that he was concerned about the president's supporters. He was portrayed at the Vivian Beaumont Theater in New York late last year, while starring in 'The Great Society'

Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston took a social media shot at Donald Trump, questioning his sanity and adding that he was concerned about the president’s supporters. He was portrayed at the Vivian Beaumont Theater in New York late last year, while starring in ‘The Great Society’

The actor's tweet on Saturday night lacked context, but was created when Trump proposed injecting UV light and disinfectants into the body as a possible treatment for the coronavirus. The president was pictured at a coronavirus response meeting in the Oval Office on Monday

The actor's tweet on Saturday night lacked context, but was created when Trump proposed injecting UV light and disinfectants into the body as a possible treatment for the coronavirus. The president was pictured at a coronavirus response meeting in the Oval Office on Monday

The actor’s tweet on Saturday night lacked context, but was created when Trump proposed injecting UV light and disinfectants into the body as a possible treatment for the coronavirus. The president was pictured at a coronavirus response meeting in the Oval Office on Monday

Cranston, 64, wrote that he was `` no longer concerned about the President's mental health, he's not healthy, '' in his tweet on Saturday night (pictured) addressing Trump's supporters

Cranston, 64, wrote that he was `` no longer concerned about the President's mental health, he's not healthy, '' in his tweet on Saturday night (pictured) addressing Trump's supporters

Cranston, 64, wrote that he was “ no longer concerned about the President’s mental health, he’s not healthy, ” in his tweet on Saturday night (pictured) addressing Trump’s supporters

“What I’m concerned about now is the common sense of everyone who can still support this deeply troubled man to lead our country.”

Cranston is best known for playing Walter White, a high school teacher who became methamphetamine drug king in the popular five-season AMC series that ran from 2008 to 2013.

The actor has since moved on to other projects, but he didn’t shy away from using his celebrity to criticize the president.

Cranston is best known for playing Walter White, a high school teacher who became methamphetamine drug king in the popular AMC series that ran for five seasons from 2008 to 2013. He is portrayed as Walter White’s alter ego, “Heisenberg,” from the program

Cranston is pictured in February with Aaron Paul, his co-star on Breaking Bad, in Miami

Cranston is pictured in February with Aaron Paul, his co-star on Breaking Bad, in Miami

Cranston is pictured in February with Aaron Paul, his co-star on Breaking Bad, in Miami

Last year, while receiving the Best Actor award at the Tony Awards for portraying Howard Beale in the stage production of the movie ‘Network’, Cranston also criticized the president.

“The media is not the enemy of the people. Demagoguery is the enemy of the people, “he told the audience, although he did not mention Trump in reference to the demonization of the press by the President.

Trump supporters were unimpressed with his last comment and responded to his tweet, which was shared 302,000 times after it went live just before 8pm. Saturday.

A Twitter user of Pat H replied shortly after Cranston’s message saying he had a “ massive overreaction. ”

“You are a huge talent, but it seems not in this area. The guy is certainly different, but smarter than most of us with a good sense of what needs to be done and not a PC, ” wrote the Twitter user, whose handle is @ PatHarrigan1.

A Pat H Twitter user replied shortly after Cranston's message saying he had a `` massive overreaction ''

A Pat H Twitter user replied shortly after Cranston's message saying he had a `` massive overreaction ''

A Pat H Twitter user replied shortly after Cranston’s message saying he had a “ massive overreaction ”

Others on Twitter mentioned Trump’s rival in the upcoming 2020 presidential election, former vice president Joe Biden and his tendency to slip when speaking in public, suggesting it was a song of old age for the 77-year-old.

“Joe Biden literally has dementia,” tweeted a user passing by Tsar Thomas Brady IV using the @parisi_v handle.

A Twitter user identified as Nanette Woods and using the @aspenway handle called Biden an “unhappy, helpless madman,” telling Cranston, “And you think I’m not healthy?”

Some on Twitter mentioned Trump's rival in the 2020 presidential election, former vice president Joe Biden and his tendency to slip when speaking in public, suggesting it was a sign of old age for the 77-year-old. A user (photo) suggests that Biden has 'dementia'

Some on Twitter mentioned Trump's rival in the 2020 presidential election, former vice president Joe Biden and his tendency to slip when speaking in public, suggesting it was a sign of old age for the 77-year-old. A user (photo) suggests that Biden has 'dementia'

Some on Twitter mentioned Trump’s rival in the 2020 presidential election, former vice president Joe Biden and his tendency to slip when speaking in public, suggesting it was a sign of old age for the 77-year-old. A user (photo) suggests that Biden has ‘dementia’

A Twitter user identified as Nanette Woods and using the @aspenway handle called Biden an “unhappy, helpless madman,” telling Cranston, “And you think I’m not healthy?”

A Trump supporter took Cranston to account for the president’s suggestion for the treatment of the coronavirus.

A Twitter user passing by Mom and @queseracrochet handle commented that they had never heard the president say the Americans, “Hey people inject yourself with bleach.”

‘I do not think so. I’ve never seen a president ruthlessly persecuted by so many – all without a salary! ‘

A Twitter user going past Mum and the handle @queseracrochet commented that they had never heard the president say the Americans: 'Hey people inject yourself with bleach'

A Twitter user going past Mum and the handle @queseracrochet commented that they had never heard the president say the Americans: 'Hey people inject yourself with bleach'

A Twitter user going past Mum and the handle @queseracrochet commented that they had never heard the president say the Americans: ‘Hey people inject yourself with bleach’

Some twitterers attacked Cranston directly.

Anthony T. Accetta, who describes himself as a former federal prosecutor and Wall Street insider, responded to the actor with the question, “Who do you think you are?” and called Cranston ‘irrelevant.

Anthony T. Accetta, who describes himself as a former federal prosecutor and Wall Street insider, responded to the actor with the question, “Who do you think you are?” and called Cranston ‘irrelevant’

Among the few twitter users who responded positively to Cranston, one used the miley virus.

The Twitter user using the handle @milevirusDFS tweeted an image of White saying they agreed with the actor.

The line comes after the infamous Heisenberg slogan from the series: ‘Say my name’.

In the picture, White says, “You’re damn right.”

Among the few twitter users who responded positively to Cranston, one used the miley virus. The Twitter user using the @milevirusDFS handle tweeted an image of White (pictured) saying they agreed with the actor

Among the few twitter users who responded positively to Cranston, one used the miley virus. The Twitter user using the @milevirusDFS handle tweeted an image of White (pictured) saying they agreed with the actor

Among the few twitter users who responded positively to Cranston, one used the miley virus. The Twitter user using the @milevirusDFS handle tweeted an image of White (pictured) saying they agreed with the actor

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