close Video Celebrities react to Trump’s coronavirus address After the President addressed the nation on the coronavirus, celebrities have been very vocal on Twitter, here is what they have to say. Hollywood celebrities descended on President Trump via social media to bash his handling of the growing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak after the president addressed the nation from the Oval Office about his strategy to contain the virus. Trump on Wednesday announced in a televised address that the U.S. is suspending all travel from Europe to the U.S. for 30 days beginning Friday at midnight in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus. His address came hours after the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 a global pandemic and the number of confirmed cases in the U.S. climbed to more than 1,200. Trump said the new travel exemptions do not apply to the United Kingdom . CELEBRITIES REACT AS SUPER TUESDAY RESULTS COME IN Despite the threat of coronavirus, many outspoken TV and film celebrities took to Twitter after Trump's address to lambaste the president over what they see as his mishandling of the outbreak. Actress Rosanna Arquette was among the first to direct some harsh words, tweeting: “his Psychosis has… Read full this story
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