Trump or Clinton? Find out who the celebs are endorsing as president

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    As the Trump v Clinton battle reaches its climax, see which way the stars are voting in the 2016 US presidential election…

    Leonardo DiCaprio = #TeamHillary

    Leonardo DiCaprio, executive producer of The Ivory Game

    Leonardo DiCaprio, who supports Clinton’s stance on climate change

    Speaking on stage the the Hollywood Film Awards, DiCaprio said the position on climate change endorsed by Donald Trump’s Republican party was ‘completely unacceptable’ adding, ‘let’s all use our power as citizens and do the right thing. Please vote, vote for people who believe in the science of climate change.’

    George Clooney = #TeamHillary

    Not only did George Clooney host a fundraiser for Clinton at his house, but he also wrote a letter circulated in an email by the Clinton campaign inviting supporters to enter a lottery for a chance to attend.

    In the letter, he called Clinton ‘the only grown-up in the room’. He wrote: ‘In all of this clutter, there’s been one consistent voice. A voice of tolerance and experience, from a candidate who’s spent a lifetime fighting for the rights of the less fortunate. A candidate who knows firsthand the complexity of our international relationships. That candidate is Hillary Clinton.’

    Salma Hayek = #TeamHillary

    Having helped to launch the ‘Latinos for Hillary’ campaign, Salma Hayek has been a long-standing supporter of the democrat. In an interview with Latina magazine, she said: ‘We need somebody with experience who can endure. And this woman has endured it all. Hillary is tough.’

    Azealia Banks = #TeamTrump

    In a somewhat mixed message, controversial rapper Azealia took to twitter to tell fans she was voting for Trump, explaining: ‘I think Donald Trump is evil like America is evil and in order for America to keep up with itself it needs him.’

    We think that counts as support?!

    Kim, Khloe and Kendall = #TeamHillary

    Looks like the Kardashian clan are all Hillary fans. Kim tweeted a selfie with the lady herself last year using the hashtag #HillaryforPresident, while Kendall took to Instagram to declare her support. Wearing a t-shirt with Hillary’s face on, she captioned it: “Shirt by @themarcjacobs. History by @hillaryclinton. #MadeForHistory #ImWithHer”

    Meanwhile, Khloe wrote on her site, “No matter what candidate you support for the next presidential election, you have to admit that it’s f*cking AWESOME that a woman is up for the job!!! Hillary Clinton deserves a big ‘DAAAAAAAMN, Gina!’ for being the first to get this close. So dope.”

    Beyonce = #TeamHillary

    Apparently Queen Bey has been giving Hillary the royal treatment, having donated to her campaign and made appearances at her fundraisers.

    Meryl Streep = #TeamHillary

    Endorsing Clinton at the Democratic Convention last month, the actress based her speech around women who had been first in their fields.

    Listing some of the most prominent in history, she said: ‘These women share something in common: capacity of mind, fullness of heart and a burning passion for their cause. They have forged new paths so that others can follow them, men and women, generation on generation. That’s Hillary.’

    Sarah Palin = #TeamTrump

    It’s no surprise really that former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin would support her fellow republican. In her official speech endorsing him, she said: ‘He is from the private sector, not a politician. Can I get a hallelujah? He knows how to lead the charge. So troops hang in there, he’s on the way.’

    Demi Lovato = #TeamHillary

    A loud-and-proud Hillary supporter, Demi Lovato turned up at a political rally at the University of Iowa campus, where she introduced Clinton to the crowd.

    In an impassioned speech, she said: ‘Not only am I voting for [Hillary] because of her beliefs, her strength and the fact that she completely embodies the concept of women empowerment… I am voting for her because I truly believe tat there is nobody more qualified to run this country – our country¬ ¬ that out Secretary of State.’

    Uzo Aduba = #TeamHillary

    Simple but effective, the Orange is the New Black star tweeted a one word message of support: ‘Hillary’.

    Aaron Carter = #TeamTrump

    After receiving a barrage of abuse on twitter for his decision 90s hip hop heartthrob Aaron Carter justified his decision to support Trump by saying in a GQ interview: ‘I support Donald Trump. I don’t support every little thing. Trump goes his own way. He’s a leader, not a follower.’

    Although, that could now have all changed. Aaron recently replied to a fan on twitter saying that he’s not sure he now will vote for Trump because of the threats he has received online for his stance. ‘I’ve been bullied so badly because of it I don’t even want to vote now,’ he wrote.

    Lady Gaga = #TeamHillary

    Gaga has already shown her support once in the past by wearing a ‘Yaaas, Hillary’ t-shirt

    Mike Tyson = #TeamTrump

    Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson and Donald Trump have been friends for years, with the boxing undertaking some of his best ever fights at Trump hotels.

    Announcing that he would be supporting the republican, Mike said: ‘We’re the same guy. A thrust for power, a drive for power. Whatever field we’re in, we need power in that field. That’s just who we are.’

    Kid Rock = #TeamTrump

    American singer-songwriter Kid Rock came out in support of Trump earlier this year, telling Rolling Stone: ‘My feeling: let the motherf**king business guy run the country like a business.’

    Well, you can’t say he didn’t make his point clearly.

    Lena Dunham = #TeamHillary

    Lena has been a vocal supporter of Hillary’s for a while now, previously interviewing the deomcrat for her personal newsletter, the Lenny Letter. She also joined Hillary on her presidential campaign in New Hampshire.

    In her speech at the Democratic National Convention, Lena made a point of praising Ms Clinton’s focus on equal rights, saying: ‘Hillary knows that access and opportunity are the American promise – not transphobia, Islamophobia, xenophobia, and systemic racism.’ Safe to say, she’s a bit of a fan.

    Snoop Dogg = #TeamHillary

    Not one to mince his words, Snoop told TV network Bravo ‘I’ll be voting for Ms. Clinton’.

    Julianne Moore = #TeamHillary

    After voting in the New York primary back in April, Julianne took to twitter to tell fans: “I just voted for @HillaryClinton #ImWithHer – vote today!”

    Caitlyn Jenner = #TeamTrump

    Taking a drastically different view to her daughter Kendall, Caitlyn said on her TV show ‘I am Cait’: “I would never ever ever vote for Hillary. We’re done, if Hillary becomes president, the country is over.”

    Whilst declaring that she hasn’t ‘outwardly’ supported Trump, Caitlyn is a long-time republican supporter and has defended Trump against criticism on LGBT and women’s issues. We reckon we can guess which way she’ll be voting…

    Katy Perry = #TeamHillary

    ‘So much change can happen,’ declared Katy at a rally in Iowa last year. ‘Let’s go Hillary!’

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