Bette Midler Unleashes on Donald Trump: ‘Most Vomitous Elected Official in US History’

by Quentin Blount
Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Netflix

Actress Bette Midler is taking aim at President Donald Trump once again on social media, this time calling him the “most vomitous” elected official in U.S. history.

Midler took to Twitter early on Sunday morning to further share her distaste for President Trump. She has been extremely critical of the president on social media.

“The repulsive ugly vindictive nature of the most vomitous elected official in US history, #DonaldTrump continues his scorched earth policy: #undermininBiden,” Midler wrote on Twitter Sunday morning. “AND he’ll execute 6 people currently on #DeathRow; the sadist in him must be floating on air. 258,000 dead isn’t enough.

Bette Midler Pokes Fun at Rudy Giuliani

On Thursday, Midler took to Twitter to share her criticisms of Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani. She also made a joke about how Giuliani might be suffering from a botched facelift.

A picture of Rudy Giuliani giving a rousing speech surfaced on social media on Thursday. In the middle of the speech, something started running down Giuliani’s face from near his right ear.

Twitter quickly got to work to solve the issue. In light of what happened, Better Midler hopped on the bandwagon to dissect the issue.

Although, people are fairly certain that the trickle running down his cheek is simply hair dye that didn’t dry long enough. Midler joins the gang of users making fun of Giuliani by chiming in with her own remark.

“Are we sure he’s not bleeding from a recent facelift?” she said.

Midler Tweets Against Trump

Midler’s Twitter account contains a plethora of anti-Trump tweets. On Wednesday alone, she told White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany to “go f— yourself.” She suggested a class action lawsuit against Trump. And she argued that Trump “uses the law as a club.”

Trump has claimed that he won and that the election was rigged. The Trump campaign is seeking to reverse Joe Biden’s apparent Electoral College win through the legal system. The Electoral College meets on Dec. 14 to cast official electoral ballots.

Meanwhile, according to a list compiled by Bloomberg, Trump is mounting legal challenges in six battleground states. To get to 270 electoral votes, he needs to win at least three of those states.