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Trump finds an ally in this celebrity, who says it's time to 'stop bullying ... and start trusting

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Actress and singer Lindsay Lohan has jumped to the defense of President Donald Trump, castigating liberals and progressives who seek to do nothing more than bully the president.

Lohan on Monday replied to a tweet that featured a screenshot of an article discussing Trump’s offer to help Charlie Gard, a British infant whose parents cannot afford to keep their son on life support.

“THIS IS our president,” 31-year-old Lohan tweeted. “Stop #bullying him & start trusting him."

To the president, she said, "Thank you personally for supporting #THEUSA.”

Trump supporters rallied around the entertainer and lifted up her praise of the president, while others called into question the weight of Lohan's words.

"Trump has done a lot of good in his life," one user wrote in response to the backlash Lohan received over her support of the president. "You'll just have to manage like we did under Ocommie."

In response to a user who used the hashtag "resist," another user added, "What are you resisting? Helping vets, getting criminals out of USA, saving the coal industry, the DOW going up? Very sad. #MAGA"

One Twitter user even went as far as to call into question Lohan's sobriety, which the actress struggled with in younger years.

"You may have a blind spot, girlfriend. Call your sponsor?" the user implored.

This isn't the first time Lohan has stood up to defend Trump.

Shortly after Trump's inauguration, the entertainer in February said that Americans should rally around the president and "join him."

“I think always in the public eye you’re going to get scrutinized,” she said during a Facebook Live Q&A session with The Daily Mail. “He is the president — we have to join him. If you can’t beat him, join him.”

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