Donald Trump may be out of the White House, but he’s not done infuriating and humiliating liberals.
Trump defiantly announced on Wednesday that he’s resigning from the Screen Actors Guild — Hollywood’s most powerful union — after the organization threatened to cancel his membership following January’s Capitol riots.
Hollywood is ever-focused on attacking Donald Trump, despite years of adoration of him prior to his presidency. The Guild thought they had one on Trump by threatening his membership with a vote convicting Trump of violating the terms of his membership for his alleged role in the capitol riots.
Trump responded with a resounding “who cares!”
“I write to you today regarding the so-called Disciplinary Committee hearing aimed at revoking my union membership. Who cares!” he wrote to SAG President Gabrielle Carteris.
“While I’m not familiar with your work,” Trump sniped, “I’m very proud of my work on movies such as Home Alone 2, Zoolander and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps; and television shows including The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Saturday Night Live, and of course, one of the most successful shows in television history, The Apprentice—to name just a few!”
Trump blasted the organization’s failures to effectively represent its members, adding in his letter that “your organization has done little for its members, and nothing for me—besides collecting dues and promoting dangerous un-American policies and ideas—as evident by your massive unemployment rates and lawsuits from celebrated actors, who even recorded a video asking, ‘Why isn’t the union fighting for me?'”
The video referenced was recorded by prominent actors including Mark Hammill, Whoopi Goldberg, and Morgan Freeman, who attacked the SAG’s decision to cut health benefits for its members.
“I no longer wish to be associated with your union,” Trump concluded “As such, this letter is to inform you of my immediate resigning from SAG-AFTRA,” adding, “You have done nothing for me.”