The famous actress Kirstie Alley thanked President Donald Trump for his administration’s handling of the crisis caused by the CCP Virus, and for this, she was attacked by Hollywood leftists.

Dear Mr. President, @realDonaldTrump I wanted to thank you for ur recent decorum, sincerity, & care towards us,” Alley said in a tweet after Trump’s press conference with his pandemic task force on March 23.

“You’re taking charge & leading in a manner needed & wanted for this country. I highly commend you for ur boundless energy & willingness to solve problems. Thank you,” she added in the same message.

The gratitude that Alley expressed publicly immediately generated criticism from some of her colleagues, among them the comedian John Melendez, who criticized her in a tweet accusing her of being wrong.

Alley reiterated in another tweet, “I compliment people when they do well,” and referred to her critics as “chimers” because they always interrupted when you are speaking to someone else.

This is not the first time that Alley has expressed and defended her support for President Trump.

President Trump is used to the backlash he arouses among many of Hollywood’s businesspeople and progressive artists, who even exclude the artists who follow him from hiring, reportedly by creating a blacklist.

Debra Messing and Eric McCormack, co-stars of “Will & Grace,” demanded in early September that the identities of those attending the fundraiser for President Donald Trump the following month, be made public.

On this occasion, Alley called the intolerant Hollywood leftists hypocrites.

“I refuse to be part of the Hollywood asshats who can’t see that “NOT working with Republicans” is as stupid and NASTY as “REFUSING to do business with gay people”..STOP ACTING above the FRAY ya damn hypocrites…WE are the same species! let’s help each OTHER ya damn yahoos,” she said in another of her tweets. 

The Trump administration agreed with Senate leaders on a massive $2 trillion aid package for workers and businesses affected by the CCP Virus, on March 25, along with multiple other measures to protect the health of Americans.

Hours earlier, President Trump said he wanted the U.S. economy to reopen by Easter.