Celebs line up for, against Donald Trump
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Since throwing his hat into the 2016 race, Donald TrumpDonald TrumpScaramucci says he will contact FBI, Justice Dept. over leaked financial disclosure Dem rep to introduce measure requiring White House to disclose pardons Lawmakers push to toughen foreign lobbying rules MORE has amassed a wealth of both celebrity support and opposition.

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Now, ITK presents a running tally of which stars are on the GOP White House hopeful’s side and who’s got beef with The Donald.

Celebrity Trump opponents:

Tim Allen — The Republican “Last Man Standing” star quipped about Trump to Fox News, “Until I see what’s under that hair, I can’t really support him.”

America Ferrera — The former “Ugly Betty” star slammed Trump’s controversial comments on immigration in a Huffington Post op-ed, denouncing his “hateful rhetoric.”

Eva Longoria — The former “Desperate Housewives” actress told E! news of Trump: “What I think he doesn’t understand and what people don’t understand is words create emotional poison.”

Shakira — The Colombian singer tweeted after Trump’s campaign announcement:

 

Bill Maher — HBO’s “Real Time” host has called Trump “the most thin-skinned person in the world” but has also dubbed him “refreshing.”

Chrissy Teigen — The model has said, “Donald Trump’s a f---ing idiot, and I will say that every time.”

Neil Young — “Donald Trump was not authorized to use ‘Rockin’ in the Free World’ in his presidential candidacy announcement,” the musician’s rep said in a statement after Trump entered the race in June. “Neil Young, a Canadian citizen, is a supporter of Bernie Sanders for President of the United States of America.”

José Andrés — The celebrity chef is locked in a legal battle with Trump after pulling out of a restaurant inside the real estate mogul’s planned Washington hotel following the candidate’s comments on immigration.

Jeffrey Wright — “We don’t need a misogynist blowhard, Mr. Trump,” the “Hunger Games” actor tweeted during the first GOP presidential debate.

George Lopez — “Those comments are vile in any civilized society,” the comedian said of Trump’s immigration talk in an interview with TMZ.

Rosie O’Donnell — The feud between the comedienne and former “Celebrity Apprentice” host goes back nearly a decade and was reignited during the Republican presidential debate in August. After Trump owned up to calling O’Donnell a “fat pig” and “slob,” among other names, the former talk show host tweeted:

 

Roselyn Sánchez — The “Devious Maids” star had pulled out of a co-hosting gig on Univision’s planned broadcast of the Trump-owned Miss USA competition, writing in Spanish on Twitter, “I don’t tolerate the disrespectful and hurtful words that came out of Mr. Trump’s mouth.”

Ricky Martin — The Puerto Rico-born singer tweeted a message in Spanish directed at Trump, saying the White House contender had “much hatred and ignorance in [his] heart.”

Aaron Paul — The “Breaking Bad” star tweeted:

 

Salma Hayek — When asked about Trump’s comments on immigration, the “Grown Ups” actress replied, “Everybody’s entitled to have uninformed opinions. Everybody’s entitled to be dumb.”

Celebrity Trump supporters:

Dennis Rodman — The former NBA star tweeted his praise of Trump, writing:

 

Mark Cuban — The Dallas Mavericks owner and “Shark Tank” investor has said Trump is “the best thing to happen to politics in a long, long time.” Cuban added in an interview that Trump “says what’s on his mind. He gives honest answers rather than prepared answers.”

Ted Nugent — The outspoken "Wango Tango" singer has said a President Trump would "kick ass and take names, and that's what America needs right now."

Gene Simmons — While the Kiss bassist and former “Celebrity Apprentice” contestant has criticized Trump’s views on immigration and his “incendiary language,” he’s also called him a “good family man” and a “straight shooter.”

Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth — Although the former “Apprentice” contestant says she’s a “die-hard registered Democrat,” she’s taken to the airwaves to defend Trump, calling him the Tiger Woods of politics: “When Tiger got involved with golf, people who had never been watching or involved or interested in golf, they got engaged. That’s what’s happening with this Trump candidacy.”

Jesse Ventura — The former Minnesota governor and pro-wrestler has said as an independent he’d “like somebody else to win overall,” but told his staff, “You know what, as far as the Republicans are concerned, I said I hope Trump wins.”

Caroline Kelly and Austin Yack contributed.