70s singer and popstar Cher admitted she went “too far” in her latest nasty attack against President Donald Trump… but she wants everyone to know she is not exactly sorry.
The 71-year-old former star tweeted on Sunday that although she “can say anything” it “doesn’t mean I should.”
Her semi-apology came just hours after she explained that she thinks of Trump as a “malignant tumor eating its way through our constitution.” Her tweet has since been deleted, according to Breitbart.
“I Say What I feel,But There’s a Responsibility That Goes With That.I Walk Knifes Edge,But Sometimes It’s Too far.This Is Not An Apology….Its a Reprimand. Just Because I CAN SAY ANYTHING…Doesn’t Mean I SHOULD. Sometimes I Learn The Hard Way,Over & Over. Humans are Fallible,” Cher tweeted on Sunday afternoon.
I Say What I feel,But There’s a Responsibility That Goes With That.I Walk Knifes Edge,But Sometimes It’s Too far.This Is Not An Apology….Its a Reprimand. Just Because I CAN SAY ANYTHING…Doesn’t Mean I SHOULD. Sometimes I Learn The Hard Way,Over & Over.
Humans are Fallible
— Cher (@cher) April 22, 2018
Breitbart reports that earlier that day, she also tweeted that the president was a “criminal,” a “sociopath,” and a “despot,” among many other nasty insults.
Trump supporters were eager to defend him after Cher’s vile attacks —
— Vicky ☆F????R☆ Trump (@Vicky4Trump) April 24, 2018
I so agree, anyone who says what they feel is true to them, from the heart & genuine. pic.twitter.com/qzymHexTy1
— Barb 4 ????✨Trump✨ (@BarbAnn_PA) April 23, 2018
Our president just gave his salary for Infrastructure projects. All you do is dump on him. Who doesn't love President Trump.
— windkissed (@windkissed) April 23, 2018
— ItsAboutWisdom (@wisdomfromage) April 24, 2018
Cher’s Sunday attacks were not the first time she has gone after the Trump administration.
In August 2016, the singer compared Trump to Hitler and told reporters that he was “a racist, he’s misogynist, he’s a horrible person.”
The “Believe” singer also attacked White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ style in a tweet that read, “Would someone please tell Sarah Huckabee Sanders to stop dressing like a sister wife.”
The Grammy-winning singer remains one of the music industry’s most outspoken liberals and a prominent Trump critic. Her tweet Sunday was not meant as an apology, but rather a reaction to the hate she received for attacking Trump.
Cher is just another example of a Hollywood celeb trying become relevant again by bashing the president — and once again, Cher’s vicious attacks only hurt her.
–The Horn editorial team