Actress Tina Fey criticized "white, college-educated" women who voted for President Donald Trump.
Fey was speaking at an ACLU event when she made the controversial comments.
"A lot of this election was turned by white, college-educated women who now would maybe like to forget about this election and go back to watching HGTV," she said. "I would want to urge them, 'You can’t look away", because it doesn’t affect you this minute, but it’s going to affect you eventually.'"
Many Daily Mail readers slammed Fey for her comments, saying that she shouldn't criticize women for voting for the person they felt would be the best leader for the United States.
- "What are these women so afraid of? I'm a woman but these people act like it's the end of the world. Someone wins and election. When the person you wanted doesn't win you don't go out and bash the people who didn't vote for who YOU wanted. I wonder what things would be like I feel Hilary won? Would trump supporters be rioting, demonstrating and telling the people who voted for Hilary that we are doomed? Trump is the president. He's not going away. Accept it and move on. Stop telling people how they should act. If they voted for trump they obviously wanted him as president."
- "Want an outsider opinion? I think the overwhelming reason Trump won is because he has a solid business background and appears to be equipped with the skills to balance a fiscal budget. Debt clock, anyone?? Hillary declared that she and ex President Bill were somehow 'broke' after decades in politics, plus she didn't look well by election time."
Meanwhile, Trump made headlines for a controversial interview he did with the Financial Times in which he stated that the U.S. would handle the North Korea situation with or without help from China. Trump also spoke to how much he has enjoyed the job of president since beginning his term.
"I am really liking it. I’ve enjoyed it. I’ve enjoyed it. We have done a lot ... We’re doing great. The jobs: Ford just announced they are doing three major plants, three major expansions, thousands of jobs; General Motors, Fiat, [a] couple of them off the record because ‘Why do I need this for?’ But a couple of them were going to build in Mexico, now they are building in Michigan. Now they are building in Ohio. We got it going," he said.
Trump also denied regretting any of the controversial tweets he's sent during his time in office and prior to the election.
"I don’t regret anything, because there is nothing you can do about it. You know if you issue hundreds of tweets, and every once in a while you have a clinker, that’s not so bad. Now my last tweet, you know the one that you are talking about perhaps, was the one about being in quotes wire tapped, meaning surveilled. Guess what, it is turning out to be true ... I predicted Brexit," he said.