As Trump’s approval ratings remain steady, Hollywood celebrities like Frozen star Josh Gad urge Americans to vote him out

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Frozen star Josh Gad has asked Americans to get out and vote to end the “never ending hellscape” that is America under President Donald Trump. “Please vote. If enough of us vote, this never ending hellscape can end. Whatever side of the aisle you stand on, it should be clear at this point…these are not good people,” Gad tweeted.

Gad is best known for voicing Olaf in children’s musical cartoon Frozen and for his role as Elder Arnold Cunningham in the Broadway musical The Book of Mormon. Gad faced backlash last year over his gay role, LeFou, in the Disney live-action film Beauty and the Beast.

Gad is a longtime critic of President Trump. In May, Gad tweeted that “Trump’s rhetoric has spread like a disease and rotted the brains of people across our vast country.” “Perhaps this is the way many people always felt but now they certainly feel like they have a platform to be open w/ such ignorance & hate,” he added.

In May, Gad also tweeted: “I’m not heartbroken by our President’s recklessness, hypocracy [sic], vitriol, demonization of norms, attack on civil liberties or his predadorty [sic] treatment of women, because that’s what he ran on,” Gad wrote in a tweet on Tuesday. “I’m heartbroken by all who continue to support him knowing what he is.”

Criticisms against Trump and the Republicans have been growing louder as the U.S. midterm elections loom. Despite disapproval from Hollywood celebrities like Gad, President Trump’s approval rating remains high. A recent survey in the state of Florida showed that Donald Trump’s approval rating has ticked up in Florida — and now matches the highest number he’s enjoyed in the state since becoming president.

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A Florida Atlantic University poll released on Aug 21 found 43 percent of the state’s voters approve and 45 percent disapprove of Trump’s performance, a net negative of 2 percentage points. The poll showed sharp divisions along party lines with 77 percent of Democrats disapproving of Trump’s performance and 78 percent of Republicans approving. Among independent voters, 39 percent approved and 40 percent disapproved