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‘My Tooth Hurts — It’s Trump’s Fault’

Five delusional celebs who didn't get their way in November keep stamping their feet and pointing fingers

The life of rich, privileged celebrities hasn’t changed much in the few months that Donald Trump has been in the White House. Their lives likely didn’t change much under former President Barack Obama, either.

Living in Hollywood bubbles far from the struggles of regular Americans — these folks definitely don’t have a problem knowing where their next meal will come from or how they’ll pay an electric bill or make a car payment — some celebs are still insisting the politicians they don’t like are upending their world.

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It’s even worse when these pouty celebrities claim that changes in their physical health are all due to Trump. And no, they’re not trying to be funny. They are deadly serious. That’s what’s scary.

Here are five celebs who claim the president has ruined their health.

Chrissy Teigen. “Today I had a tooth shaved down because crippling anxiety makes me grind and rock my teeth on one side. I blame Trump,” the model tweeted the other day. She also wrote, “I also had Botox in my jaw muscle to relieve tension from constantly clinching. I was not like this before. Pay my bill, POS POTUS.”

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Hmm. Dental work and botox — something most Americans can’t afford. Life’s tough.

She also tweeted this: “That is not a joke. I think I need to either up my dosage or talk to my doctor to ‘see what works for me’ when the world explodes.” Poor baby.

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Cher. This star has had more wealth and success in her life than most Americans could ever imagine — but she’s very concerned she won’t be able to afford her asthma medication without Obamacare. After Congress voted to repeal Obamacare on Thursday, Cher put out some bizarre tweets.

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From there, things only got more incomprehensible.

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James Franco. The man is constantly working. He writes, directs, acts and does much, much more. He has a part in the upcoming “Alien: Covenant,” and he starred in two very successful movies in 2016, “Sausage Party” and “Why Him?”

However, things are apparently not looking up for Franco. In an interview with The Daily Beast earlier in the year, Franco said of the election victory of Trump, “I’ve spiraled into a depression, and I’ve been questioning everything that I am, and how I’ve been doing things.”

He added, “It’s been a rough few months.”

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Franco may actually suffer from depression. But what’s offensive and out-of-this-world is that he’s saying he’s a successful and rich artist living out his dream — but now, just because someone he doesn’t like was elected president of the United States, he’s spiraled into a “depression.”

Many people suffering from actual depression with real-world problems would likely barely be able to muster an eye roll at the actor.

Madonna. The privileged, put-upon singer with millions in the bank and a successful career feels “oppressed.”

In a January interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Madonna said she felt “oppressed” and that Donald Trump had made her life worse since he won the presidency.

“It’s like being dumped by a lover.”

She said, “It’s like when you break up with somebody who has really broken your heart. You wake up and for a second you’re just you — and then you go, ‘Oh, the person I love more than anything has just broken my heart, and I’m devastated and I’m broken and I have nothing. I’m lost.'”

She continued, “That’s how I feel every morning. I wake up and I go, ‘Wait a second. Donald Trump is the president. It’s not a bad dream. It really happened.’ It’s like being dumped by a lover and also being stuck in a nightmare.”

Americans desperate for jobs, for affordable health care, or for a break on their taxes in some way might be a little skeptical of Madonna’s claim that her life is a “nightmare.”

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Lena Dunham. Dunham was reportedly in tears when Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election.

The actress, writer and producer later claimed she had lost weight and was unable to eat because she was on the “Trump diet.” She was asked about her weight loss in February while on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM radio show.

“Donald Trump became president, and I stopped being able to eat food,” said Dunham. She added that people had been asking her about her secret to losing weight and that she would respond, “Try soul-crushing pain and devastation and hopelessness and you, too, will lose weight.”

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