‘We have an understanding and respect for one another (more than trump can say about anyone, his fellow candidates, other races and religions , other public figures , just HUMAN BEINGS in general, and of course animals!
‘Check out his family hunting photos!!!!) it’s absolute insanity that this has gone on this long and far! Wake me up from this nightmare someone PLEASE!’
This isn’t the first time the former Disney star has shared her opinion about the real estate mogul.
The new ‘Voice’ coach blasted the billionaire businessman on Instagram Friday when she shared a now famous meme featuring his wife, Melania Trump, and an unflattering photo of Ted Cruz’s wife Heidi juxtaposed.
‘Trump can’t stop won’t stop saying stupid a** sexist s***!!!! Comparing two women! Are you f****** kidding! We will not allow you to destroy everything we have overcome as women! I feel as though we are stronger than ever as a unit,’ the 23-year-old Wrecking Ball singer wrote in the post referring to Trump’s tweet about Ted Cruz’s wife.
Earlier in March, Cyrus said that Trump is ‘a f***** nightmare’ in another Instagram post.
Trump has refuted criticism over his comments about Cruz’s wife by saying, ‘Nobody has more respect for women’ than him.
The latest rude comments about Heidi Cruz are raising new alarms among Republicans about the party front-runner’s ability to win over women, especially in a potential fall presidential match-up with Hillary Clinton.
Hostilities reached a new high on Friday when Cruz accused Trump and ‘his henchmen’ of stoking false rumors that he’d cheated on his wife.
‘We don’t want a president who traffics in sleaze and slime,’ the Texas senator told reporters in Wisconsin. ‘We don’t want a president who seems to have a real issue with strong women.’
Trump’s history of sexist comments, from his Apprentice television program to racy interviews with radio host Howard Stern, have long been seen by Republicans as a potential vulnerability, especially in a general election match-up with Clinton, who would be the country’s first female president.