Individuals on the left have taken to Twitter to share their displeasure with President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address.

Here are 16 of the most memorable reactions.

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1.  Offended by the words “church,” “family,” “police,” and “military.”

Joy Reid, a host at MSNBC, said Trump’s speech promoted “1950s-era nationalism.”

2. Embarrassed by “USA, USA” chanting.

Melissa R. Michelson, professor of political science at Menlo College in Atherton, California, tweeted that she was embarrassed about the chanting.

3. A Princeton University professor of African-American studies said the address was “officially a Klan rally.”

4. A University of Maryland, College Park sociologist called it “carnage porn.”


5. “Self-congratulatory” speech.

“Tonight, the president presented a self-congratulatory speech without vision,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said in a Wednesday press release. “He promised unity, but sowed division. America deserves better.”

6. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said the speech was contentious.

7. Stopped mid-standing ovation.

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., tried to give a standing ovation at one point, but was apparently dissuaded.

8. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., told Jake Tapper of CNN in an interview Tuesday night that members of the Congressional Black Caucus did not give a standing ovation when Trump touted that “African-American unemployment stands at the lowest rate ever recorded,” because Trump did not give credit to President Barack Obama.

9. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., said Trump’s address promoted “bigotry, hatred, and fear.”


10. Liberal comedian Sarah Silverman voiced her concern over Trump’s immigration rhetoric.

11. Former “Batman” star Michael Keaton got nostalgic for Obama.

12. Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore said he wasn’t going to watch the State of the Union and called Trump a liar.

13. Actor Jeffrey Wright said he “can’t even” watch it, just like Moore.

14. Unlike Moore and Wright, Elizabeth Banks said she at the very least “tried” to watch it.

15. Actor Mark Ruffalo took his rage out on Trump and Wall Street.

16. Andy Cohen doesn’t understand what “religious liberty” means.