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Thursday, August 15, 2019

The Trumpenfreude List

This is the official Trumpenfreude List of people who made the mistake of starting a feud with President Donald John Trump. Each wound up worse for the ordeal. Check back from time to time. The list continues to grow, which proves many human beings are idiots.

Originally called the Trump Schadenfreude List, I changed it to the Trumpenfreude List after a reader came up with the name.

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The list:

1. Casey Affleck.

February 2017: "Casey Affleck Slams Trump Administration’s ‘Abhorrent’ Policies in Spirit Awards Speech."

November 2017: "Thousands Sign Petition To Keep Casey Affleck From Presenting At Oscars."

2. Alwaleed Bin Talal.

2016: "Billionaire Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Trolls Trump: ‘I Bailed You Out Twice.'"

2017: "Billionaire Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal arrested in corruption crackdown."

2018: "Saudi Prince Alwaleed’s Net Worth Tumbles 58%."

3. Michael Avenatti.

March 2018: "'The President May Be Able to Fire Mueller, but He Can’t Fire Me': Stormy Daniels’s Attorney Relishes His Role as Trump Nemesis Du Jour."

May 2018: "Avenatti Exposed: Stormy's Lawyer May Face Disbarment, Legal Action As Past Catches Up."

October 2018: "Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels' defamation lawsuit against Trump."

October 2018: "Stormy Daniels Told to Pay Trump’s Legal Fees After Defamation Suit."

November 2018: "Judge affirms order evicting Michael Avenatti’s law practice from office in Newport Beach."

March 2019: "Michael Avenatti charged with trying to extort $20M from Nike."

April 2019: "Avenatti indicted on 36 charges of tax dodging, perjury, theft from clients."

4. H. Brandt Ayers

2017: "Trump breaches moral line."

2018: "Anniston Star's ex-publisher spanked female employees in the 1970s, reports say."

5. Alec Baldwin.

2016: "Alec Baldwin totally nailed Trump on the 'SNL' premiere."

2017: "Alec Baldwin Admits He's 'Bullied Women,' Calls for a Change in Hollywood."

2018: "Baldwin bombs: Alec posts dismal numbers in his talk show debut on ABC, with premiere episode featuring Robert De Niro pulling in less than 2.5M viewers."

2018: "Alec Baldwin Arrested After Fight Over Manhattan Parking Spot."

2018: "'Alec Baldwin Show' Bumped to Saturdays in December on ABC."

6. LaVar Ball.

November 2017: "LaVar Ball Is Feuding with Donald Trump Over His Son's Release From China."

December 2017: "LaVar Ball sends his sons to play in LITHUANIA after pulling them both out of school in the United States after UCLA-Trump row."

7. Mario Batali.

2017: "Mario Batali Predicts a 'Violent Revolution' Could Happen in America Over Food."

2018: "Woman says Mario Batali drugged, sexually assaulted her in 'rape room.'"

2018: "Famed chef Mario Batali’s Vegas Strip restaurants will close."

2019: "Mario Batali Exits His Restaurants."

8. Michael Bennett.

2017: "Michael Bennett: Trump stooped so low with his NFL attacks."

2018: "Michael Bennett indicted for allegedly injuring elderly paraplegic at Super Bowl LI."

9. Jerry Brown.

2016: "Jerry Brown: If Trump is elected, we'll build a wall around California."

2018: "Jerry Brown’s embarrassing bullet-train bragging to Trump."

2019: "New California Gov. Gavin Newsom slams brakes on San Francisco-to-Los Angeles bullet train."

10. Murphy Brown.

September 2018: "The New Murphy Brown Was Made to Infuriate Donald Trump."

November 2018: "Murphy Brown reboot has been canceled after one season."

10. Bono.

2016: "Watch U2 Blast Donald Trump During San Francisco Show."

2018: "U2 cancel concert mid-show after Bono loses voice."

12. Maddie Bowman.

2017: "Olympic gold medal skier Maddie Bowman would turn down visit to the White House."

2018: "Team USA's Maddie Bowman Finishes 11th in Crushing Blow for Former Gold Medal Skier."

13. Tom Brokaw.

2015: "Legendary newsman Tom Brokaw says he would 'call in sick' if he had to cover Donald Trump every night."

2018: "Tom Brokaw Accused of Sexual Harassment By Former NBC Anchor."

14. Chris Brown.

2016: "Chris Brown Shades Donald Trump Over His Comments About Policing Thugs."

2018: "Chris Brown Pleads Not Guilty to Nightclub Assault.'

15. BuzzFeed.

2017: "Trump Calls BuzzFeed ‘Pile of Garbage,’ Refuses to Take CNN Reporter’s Question at First Press Conference."

2019: "BuzzFeed to cut 15% of staff in new round of layoffs."

16. Jim Carrey.

March 2018: "Jim Carrey has been trolling Trump and the GOP with paintings."

May 2018: "What has happened to Jim Carrey? Once a revered comedian with a big fan base, Carrey hasn’t made a good movie in 10 years, and the ones he’s in have been box-office bombs."

August 2018: "Jim Carrey’s Aretha Franklin tribute draws backlash: ‘Why is she so white?’"

17. Hillary Clinton.

2016: "Clinton has 90 percent chance of winning."

2017: "Hillary, I love you. But please go away."

2018: "Ticket Prices To See Bill And Hillary Clinton Speak Tank."

2019: "Now Hillary Clinton’s loss is being blamed on Jon Stewart."

18. George Clooney.

2016: "Clooney's Vow: Trump Will Not Be President; See Trump's Response."

2017: "Clooney's 'Suburbicon' tanks, 'Saw' sequel No. 1 with $16.3M."

19. Michael Cohen.

August 2018: "Michael Cohen strikes plea deal with federal prosecutors."

December 2018: "Michael Cohen sentenced to 3 years in prison."

20. John Conyers.

2016: "Rep. John Conyers: Donald Trump Is the Next Richard Nixon."

2017: "Rep. John Conyers Jr. resigns over sexual harassment allegations."

21. David Corn.

2016: "MSNBC’s David Corn destroys Ann Coulter for defending Trump’s decision not to release tax returns."

2017: "David Corn investigated for inappropriate workplace behavior."

22. Bill Cosby.

2011: "Bill Cosby Rips Donald Trump On Today Show."

2018: "Bill Cosby convicted of drugging and molesting a woman."

23. Joe Crowley.

January 2018: "Crowley trashes Trump, talks upcoming races."

June 2018: "Top Democrat Crowley loses in shocker."

24. Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz.

2017: "Puerto Rico mayor weeps as she begs for help while Trump congratulates himself on 'good job' with aid."

2018: "Administration of Trump-bashing Puerto Rican mayor reportedly facing FBI corruption probe."

25. Dallas Morning News.

2016: "For the First Time Since 1964, the Dallas Morning News Won’t Endorse a Republican Presidential Candidate."

2017: "Dallas Morning News parent contracts with Gannett to produce print, digital ads." 45 jobs lost.

2019: "Dallas Morning News lays off 43 as company struggles with revenue declines."

26. Stormy Daniels.

March 2018: "How the Stormy Daniels Scandal Could Bring Down Trump."

July 2018: "Adult Film Star Stormy Daniels’ Husband Files For Divorce."

December 2018: "Stormy Daniels Ordered To Pay Trump $293,000 In Fees In Defamation Lawsuit."

Trump really is so good, the prostitute paid him!

27. Robert De Niro.

2016: "De Niro: I’d Like to Punch Trump In the Face."

2017: "De Niro film scores 24% on Rotten Tomatoes. Cost $15 million to make. Had a box office of $1.7 million."

2018: "Baldwin bombs: Alec posts dismal numbers in his talk show debut on ABC, with premiere episode featuring Robert De Niro pulling in less than 2.5M viewers."

2018: "Robert De Niro and wife Grace Hightower split after over 20 years."

28. Johnny Depp.

2017: "Johnny Depp jokes about killing Donald Trump in Glastonbury appearance."

2018: "Johnny Depp is OUT as Jack Sparrow in Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise as actor battles financial issues and personal dramas."

29. Lena Dunham.

2016: "Lena Dunham: I'll move to Canada if Trump is president."

2017: "Lena Dunham Apologizes for Defending Girls Writer Accused of Rape."

30. England.

July 8, 2018: "London’s Mayor OK'd a Giant Baby Trump. Blimp to Fly Over the City."

July 11, 2018: "Donald Trump handed CROATIA shirt ahead of England match."

July 11, 2018: "World Cup: Croatia beats England 2-1 in extra time as Mario Mandzukic winner secures first-ever final."

31. Eminem.

October 2017: "Eminem unleashes on Trump: The 11 fiercest lines."

November 2017: "Eminem is SKEWERED on social media after his bizarre performance on SNL."

Bonus: "Rapper Eminem ‘extremely angry’ that Trump didn’t respond to castigating freestyle rap."

32. Will Ferrell.

2017: "Will Ferrell blasts 'thin skinned' President Trump to the New York."

2018: "Will Ferrell and John C Reilly comedy is prompting cinema walkouts."

33. Peter Fonda.

June 20, 2018: "We should rip Barron Trump from his mother's arms and put him in a cage with pedophiles and see if mother will will stand up against the giant a--hole she is married to. 90 million people in the streets on the same weekend in the country. F---"

June 22, 2018: "‘Boundaries’ Has Tepid Indie Box Office Launch After Peter Fonda Tweets."

34. Al Franken.

2016: "Al Franken Hilariously Mocks Donald Trump."

2017: "Al Franken to Resign From Senate Amid Harassment Allegations."

35. Morgan Freeman.

February 2018: "'Shame on you, Mr. President': Morgan Freeman blames Donald Trump for Florida school shooting."

May 2018: "Women accuse Morgan Freeman of inappropriate behavior, harassment."

36. GQ.

2016: "If You Vote For Trump, Then Screw You."

2017: "Layoffs Hit GQ as Condé Nast Cuts Continue."

37. Kathy Griffin.

2016: "Kathy Griffin Thinks Comedy Should Go All Out on ‘President Piece of Shit’ Donald Trump."

2017: "CNN fires Kathy Griffin."

2018: "Kathy Griffin Snaps on Twitter, Freaks Out After Heckler Asks About Pedophile Brother."

38. James Gunn.

2017: "James Gunn Doesn’t Care If Bashing Donald Trump Loses Him Fans, Compares the President to Hitler and Putin."

2018: "James Gunn Fired From ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Franchise Over Offensive Tweets."

2018: "Disney Severs Ties with James Gunn, Former Director of Guardians of the Galaxy 3. Removed from future Disney projects."

39. Chelsea Handler.

2017: "Chelsea Handler says Trump's presidency motivated her to leave her talk show for activism."

Actually: "Chelsea Handler's Netflix Show Canceled After 2 Seasons."

40. Harley-Davidson.

June 2018: "Harley-Davidson, Blaming E.U. Tariffs, Will Move Some Production Out of U.S."

October 2018: "Harley’s U.S. Sales Plunge 13%, Steepest Quarterly Drop in Eight Years."

41. Kevin Hart.

August 2018: "Kevin Hart goes after Trump at VMAs: 'In your face, Trump, suck it'."

December 2018: "Tweets Cost Kevin Hart the Oscars. His Apology Made It Worse."

42. Alcee Hastings.

2016: "Democratic congressman calls Donald Trump 'pile of excrement.'"

2017: "Taxpayers paid $220K to settle sexual harassment case involving Hastings."

43. Steve Henderson.

2016: "Henderson: Vote for Trump was a consent, purposeful or not, to bigotry."

2017: "Free Press’ Stephen Henderson terminated for misconduct."

44. Jemele Hill.

2017: "ESPN anchor blasts Trump as ‘white supremacist.’"

2018: "Jemele Hill is out at ESPN."

45. Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy.

2017: "Donald Trump vs Hollywood: Felicity Huffman latest star to sign-up to anti-inauguration march."

2017: "William H. Macy Thanks Trump for Making His 'Shameless' Character Seem So Normal."

2019: "TV stars and coaches charged in college bribery scheme."

46. Kino Jimenez.

2018: "Bartender fired after video emerges of him angrily ripping a MAGA hat and clump of hair from the head of a boy, 16, and throwing a drink at him as he ate at Whataburger."

A day later: "Kino Jimenez Arrested, Accused of Felony Theft."

And: "Kino Jimenez, Accused MAGA Attacker, Fired by Rumble Bar."

47. Megyn Kelly.

2015: "GOP Debate: Donald Trump's 'Spat' With Megyn Kelly Is Sexism."

2018: "Megyn Kelly is OUT at NBC just 48 hours after defending blackface as she and the network fight over whether she will be paid out her $69M contract in full."

48. Garrison Keillor.

2016: “So, he won. The nation takes a deep breath. Raw ego and proud illiteracy have won out and a severely learning-disabled man with a real character problem will be president. We are so exhausted from thinking about this election, millions of people will take up leaf-raking and garage cleaning with intense pleasure. We liberal elitists are wrecks. The Trumpers had a whale of a good time, waving their signs, jeering at the media, beating up protesters, chanting ‘Lock her up’ — we elitists just stood and clapped. Nobody chanted ‘Stronger Together.’ It just doesn't chant.”

2017: "Minnesota Public Radio Fires Garrison Keillor Over Allegations of Improper Conduct."

49. Brian Krzanich.

2017: "Intel CEO Brian Krzanich drops out of Trump council."

2018: "Intel's Brian Krzanich is forced out as CEO after 'consensual relationship' with employee."

50. Shia LaBeouf.

January 2017: "Shia LaBeouf arrested at his anti-Trump art installation."

April 2017: "Shia LaBeouf Thriller ‘Man Down’ Sells Just One Ticket at U.K. Box Office."

51. Lady Gamecocks.

2017: "South Carolina women's basketball team declines Trump's invite to White House."

2018: "UConn routs South Carolina 94-65, heads back to Final Four."

52. L.A. Rams.

2019: "LA Rams Say They Might Skip White House Visit If They Win."

New England 13, Rams 3.

53. Jennifer Lawrence.

2017: "Jennifer Lawrence Would Like to Throw a Martini at President Donald Trump's Face."

2018: "Box Office Poison: Jennifer Lawrence’s ‘Red Sparrow’ Bottoms Out at $17 Million."

54. Ryan Lizza.

2016: "Trump Gets Ready to Be a Bad Loser."

2017: "New Yorker Fires Star Reporter Ryan Lizza Over 'Improper Sexual Conduct'."

55. George Lopez.

2015: "Comedian Leads Expletive-Laden Chant Against Donald Trump: ‘This Country Is Better With Latinos in It!’"

2016: "George Lopez rips Melania Trump: 'You need to speak English.'"

2017: "George Lopez booed off stage after Trump jokes flop at gala."

2018: "George Lopez charged with battery after scuffle with apparent Trump supporter."

56. Louis C.K.

2016: "Louis C.K. Compares Donald Trump to Hitler: ‘He’s an Insane Bigot.’"

2017: "FX fires Louis C.K. after comic confirms sexual misconduct claims."

57. Mia Love.

2016: "Mia Love: I can’t vote for Trump."

2018: "Representative Mia Love, Once a Republican Star, Loses Re-election in Utah."

58. Emmanuel Macron.

November 11, 2018: "Macron's Armistice Speech Sends Message to Trump: 'Nationalism Is a Betrayal of Patriotism.'"

November 24, 2018: "Paris is BURNING: Wheelchair-bound protester is pushed through teargas smoke as huge bonfires burn on the Champs Elysees and activists are beaten bloody by police over Macron’s decision to raise fuel prices."

59. Macy's.

2015: "Macy's Drops Donald Trump's Fashion Line Over Immigrant Remarks."

2017: "Macy's Announces Store Closings for 2017."

60. Maroon 5.

2012: "Donald Trump is one slip into a vat of toxic waste away from becoming an ACTUAL comic book super villain."

2018: "Other Bands Refuse to Play with Maroon 5 at Super Bowl Due to Kaepernick Controversy."

2019: "Maroon 5's boring Super Bowl 2019 halftime show reflects the band's long, bland career arc."

61. Bishop McElroy.

2017: "San Diego's Bishop McElroy wants disruption in the Trump era."

2018: "Bishop McElroy to address sexual abuse crisis at public forums."

62. Rose McGowan.

2016: "Rose McGowan Blasts Donald Trump, Murdochs, Networks in Open Letter: 'You Are Causing a Worldwide Sickness.'"

2018: "Rose McGowan Indicted for Cocaine Possession."

63. Evan McMullin.

2016: "Why Evan McMullin Says Donald Trump Is More Dangerous Than ISIS."

2018: "Evan McMullin Potentially In Violation Of Campaign Finance Laws, Records Show."

64. Meathead.

2016: "Rob Reiner: We are living ‘All in the Family,’ and Donald Trump is Archie Bunker."

2018: "Rob Reiner’s Iraq War movie SHOCK AND AWE earned $41,000 this weekend. Not a misprint."

65. Alyssa Milano.

March 2017: "Alyssa Milano on Trump: 'Removing him will be up to' women."

June 2017: "Anti-Trumper Alyssa Milano is broke as a joke, didn’t pay taxes and stiffed her employees."

66. Mac Miller.

2017: "Mac Miller: Donald Trump wants to 'make America white again.'"

2018: "Mac Miller Arrested for DUI, Hit and Run."

67. Shad Moss (rapper Bow Wow).

2017: "Bow Wow Issues Threats Against Melania Trump; ‘We’ll Pimp Your Wife.’"

2019: "Rapper Bow Wow arrested after fight with woman in Atlanta: report."

(Bonus: he lost the fight.)

68. Mayor Ed Murray.

2016: Democratic "Seattle mayor decries Trump, says immigrants welcome."

2017: "Seattle Mayor Resigns After Multiple Sexual Abuse Allegations."

69. Rupert Myers.

January 2017: "British GQ writer: Could Obama ‘murder Trump and Pence’ then pardon himself?"

October 2017: "Male feminist writer fired by GQ Magazine after woman accuses him of sexual assault."

70. Martina Navratilova.

January 2019: "Tennis champ Navratilova: Communist propaganda ‘pales next to’ Trump's ‘lies’."

February 2019: "Martina Navratilova dropped by LGBT group over trans athletes row."

71. New York Daily News.

January 2018: "The Daily News, with its cartoonish pile of poo emoji on its front page, may wind up becoming the 'collectible' image from this particular moment."

July 2018: "Massive job cuts expected at the Daily News."

72. New York magazine.

2016: "New York Magazine Walks Back Trump ‘Loser’ Cover. 'Seeing the cover on the newsstand after Election Day makes us cringe.'"

2019: "New York magazine lays off staffers as publication undergoes restructuring."

73. NFL.

September 2017: "After Trump Blasts N.F.L., Players Kneel and Lock Arms in Solidarity."

November 2017: "NFL TV Partners Set To Lose Up To $500 Million On Ratings Decline."

2018: "It appears that entertainers, singers, and other acts, are refusing to join rockers Maroon 5 to play for this year’s Super Bowl halftime show. Not because of anything the band has done, but instead, because national anthem protester Colin Kaepernick is still unemployed."

2019: "Super Bowl Viewership Falls To Lowest Since 2008 In Historically Low Scoring Game."

74. Rosie O'Donnell.

1996: "Queen of Nice Can Rosie O'Donnell Clean Up Trash TV?"

2017: "Rosie O’Donnell Admits: ‘I Spend 90% Of My Hours Tweeting Hatred’ At Trump."

75. Omarosa.

August 13, 2018: "Omarosa's book marks stunning turn-around for a former top aide."

August 31, 2018: "Omarosa’s ‘Unhinged’ Book Is Sinking As Publicity Momentum Wanes."

76. Tim Pawlenty.

2016: "Ex-Gov. Pawlenty calls Trump ‘unhinged,’ drops support."

2018: "Pawlenty, who called Trump 'unfit and unhinged,' derailed in comeback attempt in Minnesota; battle lines drawn in Connecticut."

77. Brad Pitt.

2016: "Brad Pitt Slams Donald Trump in New Interview."

2018: "Angelina Jolie: Brad Pitt Hasn’t Paid ‘Meaningful’ Child Support in Over a Year."

2019: "Inside Brad Pitt’s Katrina charity disaster, now subject of class-action lawsuit."

78. Playboy.

2016: "Hugh Hefner's son feels 'personal embarrassment' that Trump was on Playboy's cover."

2017: "Playboy considers closing down magazine to concentrate on nightclubs and casinos just months after death of founder Hugh Hefner."

79. Tony Podesta.

2010: "Tony Podesta, Superlobbyist."

2017: "Tony Podesta stepping down from lobbying giant amid Mueller probe."

80. Jorge Ramos.

2015: "In taking on Jorge Ramos, Donald Trump may have tussled with the wrong media star."

2016: "Amid $30.5M Revenue Losses, Ratings Drop And Elusive IPO, Univision Restructures, Slashes 250 Jobs."

2019: "Jorge Ramos talks to the press after being detained in Venezuela."

81. Brett Ratner.

June 2017: "Brett Ratner Regrets Not Naming 'Tower Heist' After Trump."

November 2017: "Six women accuse filmmaker Brett Ratner of sexual harassment or misconduct."

82. Red Hen Restaurant.

June 2018: "Restaurant Owner Says She Asked Sarah Sanders to Leave Because She Works for 'Inhumane' Administration."

September 2018: "A small town in Virginia is trying to recover its image after The Red Hen restaurant famously refused to serve President Donald Trump's spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders."

83. Brian Ross.

2018: "Brian Ross is leaving ABC after botched Michael Flynn report."

84. Sacramento Area Woman.

March 2018: "She won't sell her Sacramento home to Trump supporters."

August 2018: "She refused to sell her house to Trump supporters, now it’s $100,000 lower."

85. Alex Salmond.

2017: "Alex Salmond calls Donald Trump ‘a complete nincompoop’ over Scottish referendum comments."

2019: "Former Scottish leader Alex Salmond charged with attempted rape, sexual assault."

86. Eric Schmidt.

January 2017: "Google's Eric Schmidt: Trump Administration Will Do Evil Things."

December 2017: "Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt is stepping down as Alphabet’s executive chairman."

87. Eric Schneiderman.

February 2018: "Will This Man Take Down Donald Trump?"

May 2018: "Four Women Accuse New York’s Attorney General of Physical Abuse."

May 2018: "NY Attorney General Schneiderman Resigns After Abuse Accusations."

88. Amy Schumer.

2016: "Amy Schumer Reads Open Letter to Trump Supporters Who Walked Out on Her in Tampa."

2018: "Amy Schumer's Leftism Made Her Box Office Poison."

2018: "Amy Schumer's new movie 'I Feel Pretty' Box Office Bomb."

89. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

2016: "Arnold Schwarzenegger: ‘I Will Not Vote for the Republican Candidate for President.’"

2017: "He won't be back: Schwarzenegger's Terminator franchise terminated."

2017: "Arnold Schwarzenegger's Legend of Conan Isn't Happening."

2017: "Donald Trump Says Arnold Schwarzenegger Fired From ‘Celebrity Apprentice.’"

90. Andy Signore.

June 2017: "I am so damn sick of bully @realDonaldTrump taking words out of context to act out his agenda of fear, corruption & bigotry. #NotMyPresident."

October 2017: "‘Honest Trailers’ Creator Andy Signore Fired for ‘Egregious and Intolerable’ Sexual Behavior."

91. Sarah Silverman.

2018: "Sarah Silverman Can't Stop Joking About Nazis and Trump."

2019: "Hulu Cancels Sarah Silverman’s ‘I Love You, America’ After One Season."

92. John Skipper.

October 2017: "Report: ESPN’s John Skipper Attacks President Trump, Fox News, and Clay Travis, in Private Employee Meeting."

December 2017: "John Skipper's resignation caps a tumultuous year at ESPN."

93. Tavis Smiley.

2016: "Tavis Smiley: BFOTs (Black Friends of Trump) Are Normalizing Racism."

2017: "PBS Suspends Tavis Smiley For Allegedly Forcing Women and Men to Have Sex With Him to Keep Their Jobs."

94. Jussie Smollett.

2017: "Jussie Smollett calls Trump ‘a pig, a racist, a horrible human being.’"

January 29, 2019: "Jussie Smollett, Star of ‘Empire,’ Attacked in What Police Call a Possible Hate Crime."

February 16, 2019: "Chicago Police Believe Jussie Smollett Orchestrated Attack."

February 19, 2019: "Jussie Smollett’s ‘Empire’ scenes cut after attack controversy."

95. George Soros.

2016: "George Soros Says Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are ISIS' Biggest Weapon."

2018: "George Soros Complains: ‘Everything That Could Go Wrong, Has Gone Wrong.’"

96. Kevin Spacey.

2016: "Kevin Spacey mocks Donald Trump and calls him a 'disease' at Cannes."

2017: "Actor Anthony Rapp: Kevin Spacey Made A Sexual Advance Toward Me When I Was 14."

2018: "Box Office: Kevin Spacey's 'Billionaire Boys Club' Earns Abysmal $126 on Opening Day."

2019: "Kevin Spacey, Unsuccessful In His Attempt to Avoid Appearing In Court, to Plead Not Guilty."

97. Starbucks.

2017: "Starbucks' Howard Schultz told workers Trump created 'chaos' that is hurting economy."

2018: "Calls grow to boycott Starbucks after two black men arrested for not making order."

2019: "Starbucks to install safe needle disposal boxes after employees sign petition."

98. George Takei.

2016: "George Takei: Trump's Muslim registry is 'prelude to internment'."

2017: "George Takei’s Facebook empire strains under sexual harassment allegations."

99. Teen Vogue.

2016: "Donald Trump Is Gaslighting America."

2017: "Teen Vogue is going to cease printing."

100. Chrissy Teigen.

2018: "Chrissy Teigen Is Still Blocked by Donald Trump on Twitter, and Is Still Making the Most Out of It."

2019: "NBC's New Year's Eve show with Carson Daly, Chrissy Teigen, Leslie Jones has viewers crying 'complete disaster' and 'trainwreck'."

101. Touré.

2015: "The Real Reason Why Donald Trump Will Never Be President."

2019: "Journalist Touré Accused Of Workplace Sexual Harassment."

102. Justin Trudeau.

June 2018: "Justin Trudeau's G7 comments that angered Donald Trump – video."

September 2018: "Canadian Economy Loses 51,600 Jobs in August – Biggest Drop in Decade."

103. Malcolm Turnbull.

2017: "Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull mocks Donald Trump in leaked recording."

2018: "Turnbull resigns."

104. Univision.

2015: "Univision drops USA pageant over Trump remarks."

2017: "After Insults And $500 Million Lawsuit Settlement, Univision Execs Meet With Trump."

2018: "Univision Sees 10% Drop in First Quarter Profits."

105. Village Voice.

2017: "Now That Roy Moore Lost, Can We Impeach Trump?"

2018: "New York's iconic Village Voice folds after more than 60 years."

106. Lindsey Vonn.

2017: "Lindsey Vonn says she doesn't want to represent Donald Trump at Olympics."

2018: "Lindsey Vonn Loses Super-G Medal in Last-Second Mistake."

107. General Joseph Votel.

February 16, 2019: "Top US general: Trump wrong on Syria pullout, ISIS defeat."

Also on February 16, 2019: "ISIS now controls just 700 square meters in Syria, says SDF."

108. Elizabeth Warren.

June 2018: "Elizabeth Warren knocks Trump, brings Democrats to their feet in Reno" (since changed to "In Reno speech, Sen. Elizabeth Warren says Democrats must 'clean up' after Trump.")

October 2018"Media embrace of Warren's 1/1,024th heritage an epic failure."

109. The Weekly Standard.

July 2015: "Kristol: 'I'm Finished With Donald Trump.'"

December 2018: "The Weekly Standard, a conservative magazine critical of Trump, to shutter after 23 years."

110. Harvey Weinstein.

2016: "Harvey Weinstein says Trump 'appeals to the worst in us'."

2017: "Harvey Weinstein Is Fired After Sexual Harassment Reports."

111. The White House Correspondents' Association.

2017: "The WHCA board is protesting strongly against how today's gaggle is being handled by the White House."

2018: "Comedian Kathy Griffin is the Only Recognizable 'Name' at the White House Correspondents Dinner."

112. Wiley.

2019: "Newspaper fires cartoonist for hidden jibe at Trump telling president to 'f*** yourself'."

113. Brian Williams.

2012: "Donald Trump has driven well past the last exit to relevance and veered into something closer to irresponsible."

2015: "Brian Williams Demoted to MSNBC Breaking News Anchor."

114. Kevin D. Williamson.

2015: "Witless Ape Rides Escalator."

2018: "Atlantic Fires Kevin Williamson."

115. Michelle Wolf.

April 2018: "Michelle Wolf DESTROYS Trump at 2018 Correspondents Dinner Roast (Full Speech)."

August 2018: "Netflix Cancels Michelle Wolf’s Talk Show After Less Than Three Months."

116. Women's March.

2017: "Hawaii grandma's plea launches women's march in Washington."

2018: "Women's March founder calls for group's leadership to step down."

2018: "California organizers cancel Women's March due to 'overwhelmingly white' participants."

117. YG.

2018: "‘F**k Donald Trump’ Rapper YG Charged with Felony Robbery."

118. Andrew Zimmern.

2016: "This guy is the personification of ignorance and hate fueled shit stirring."

2018: "Andrew Zimmern's Show Set to Die After his Controversial Comments."