Rob Reiner says that GOP & # 39; has made a pact with Putin & # 39; cleaning up with & # 39; white supremacists & # 39; to support Trump
Rob Reiner accused President Trump's Republican supporters of joining white supremacists while they & # 39; make a pact & # 39; with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"Every elected Republican knows that this president has been guilty of countless accusations," tweet the acclaimed director, 72, Saturday.
& # 39; But they, together with many White Evangelicals & White Supremacists, have signed a pact with Putin.
"But unlike a pact with the devil, it cannot be signed."
It is unclear what "pact" Reiner refers to. Democrats and their supporters have accused Trump of being too friendly with the Russian president.
The acclaimed director Rob Reiner (left) lashed out at supporters of President Trump (right)
Reiner says the Republican Party as well as & # 39; white supremacists & # 39; and evangelicals & # 39; have signed a pact & # 39; with Russian President Vladimir Putin (above)
"Every elected Republican knows that this president has been guilty of countless accusations," tweet the acclaimed director, 72, Saturday. & # 39; But they, together with many White Evangelicals & White Supremacists, have signed a pact with Putin. But unlike a pact with the devil, it cannot be signed & # 39;
On Twitter, Trump supporters closed Reiner for his tweet.
"Find help," wrote a Twitter user, including a poison from talk show host Steve Harvey who said, "Oh, you crazy!"
Another Twitter user wrote: "Meathead."
& # 39; Meathead & # 39; is the deviant term that the character of Reiner was often used on All in the Family, the sitcom from the 1970s in which Carroll O & # 39; Connor and Jean Stapleton also played.
In the show Reiner Michael played "Meathead" Stivic, a liberal hippie from the 60s who was at odds with father-in-law Archie Bunker, who was played by O & # 39; Connor.
Trump supporters on Twitter attacked Reiner. One of them wrote: & # 39; The lights are on but no one is home, Rob. Chill. & # 39;
Another Twitter user wrote: "Meathead." Meathead is the different term that the character of Reiner was often called All in the Family, the sitcom from the 70s in which Carroll O & # 39; Connor and Jean Stapleton also played
& # 39; We all know it, of course no one has proven it, there is no evidence, but of course we all know it & # 39 ;, wrote a Trump supporter
Another Trump supporter accused Reiner of having & # 39; TDS & # 39; – Trump Derangement Syndrome
Another Trump supporter says that Reiner must look hard & # 39; to the Democrats because of & # 39; anti-Semitic comments & # 39; and & # 39; tend to socialism & # 39;
Others on Twitter accused Reiner of being hit by "TDS" or "Trump Derangement Syndrome."
Trump's opponents were angry at the US government's claims that Putin was campaigning for war of information against Hillary Clinton on social media during the 2016 elections.
Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigated alleged Russian involvement in the 2016 elections.
While Mueller concluded that there was insufficient evidence to accuse Trump or one of his associates of conspiring with Russia, he left open the question of whether the president was impeding justice.
Both Trump and the Russian government have denied collusion.
Trump is confronted with an investigation into allegations in the Lower House.
The president is being investigated for withholding military aid from Ukraine as a negotiating ship to persuade the Kiev government to investigate a gas company with links to Joe Biden's son, Hunter.
Trump also wanted Ukraine to investigate unproven claims regarding the email investigation by Hillary Clinton.
Reiner, who also directed hit films such as A Few Good Men, When Harry Met Sally and Stand By Me, is outspoken in his criticism of Trump.
In July he said that there is & # 39; no distinction & # 39; was between racists and those who turn & # 39; on & # 39; what he called the president's racism.
& # 39; The President of the United States is a racist. He has made it clear that his re-election is based on white nationalism, & Reiner said.
& # 39; If you support him, there can be no distinction between you as a racist and as a racist enabler. They are the same. & # 39;
Reiner made the remarks after Trump sparked controversy when he encouraged four Democratic congress women – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayana Pressley, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib – to return in color to their alleged homelands.
Trump and his supporters have accused the congress women group, known as "the team," of being anti-Semitic.
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