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Abigail Breslin Fires Back At Anti-Trump Followers (Photo)

| by Jonathan Constante

Actress Abigail Breslin fired back at her Instagram followers who criticized her for taking a photo with Tiffany Trump.

Breslin shared a photo on her Instagram account which showed her having dinner with friends at a birthday party, the Daily Mail reported. One of those friends included President-elect Donald Trump's daughter, Tiffany Trump.

Several followers expressed their disappointment with Breslin rubbing shoulders with a member of the Trump family.

"Ok I'm not usually one to say anything but why is that scum rat in your life?" wrote one commenter.

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"Whyyy feature the spawn of Satan in your photos!?" wrote another.

"Tiffany f*****g Trump really? Unfollowed yikes!" added another Instagram user.

Breslin didn't hold back. She responded to her critics in another post.

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"To everyone who's being horrible and disgusting to be rn I didn't vote for Trump," she wrote. "It's none of anyone's business, but I didn't.

"However, it is honestly disgusting of people to be so cruel of Tiff who is a wonderful and kind person.

"If you're judging me for hanging out with someone I've known for years at our friends bday party, you need to reevaluate your life."

Breslin didn't stop there. She took to Twitter to further shame the social media users who bashed her and Tiffany Trump's name.

"ALRIGHT Everyone commenting mean s**t on my last insta, I have known Tiff for years she's a beautiful soul and regardless of ur political views, do not take it out on her it is completely unfair," Breslin tweeted. "Also I would like to ask every single person on here how they'd feel if they were persecuted solely based on the actions of their parents."

Sources: Daily Mail, Abigail Breslin/Instagram, Abigail Breslin/Twitter / Photo credit: Gage Skidmore/Flickr, Instagram via Daily Mail

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