#Captain America” star Chris Evans recently tweeted against #united states president #Donald Trump, and called him a “reckless moron.”

The actor’s recent tweet read, “You reckless moron. Do you have any idea what you're encouraging? You think a 'joke' makes it ok?? ZERO societal awareness and understanding.”

According to Tribute.ca report, Chris Evans’ tweet referred to a speech that Donald Trump delivered a week go to a group of policemen in a New York suburb.

Tribute.ca pointed out that the speech had the president suggesting that the officers did not need to place their hands over heads of prisoners when protecting them once they are arrested toward the police cars.

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Trump reportedly said in the speech, “When you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon. You see them thrown in rough. I said, ‘Please don’t be too nice. Like, don’t hit their head and they’ve just killed somebody. I said, ‘You can take the hand away, OK?'”

This particular statement led Evans to react via Twitter, which has been seconded by other users of the social media platform.

The news report mentioned a user replying to the actor’s tweet. The reply read, “I am still shaking my head thinking that a man like that is in power. He is a low life.”

Another Twitter user wrote that Trump has encouraged violence against civilians several times before, including some rallies and campaign events, the report went on further.

Trump’s remarks ‘a joke’

The Suffolk County Police Department has already reacted to the speech, according to the news.

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They said that they are not going to tolerate roughing up prisoners once they are arrested.

Newly appointed White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders meanwhile reportedly made comments on these remarks by the United States president. Sanders said in a briefing after the speech that “Trump’s remarks were a joke,” Tribute.ca reported.

Celebrities against Trump

Evans is not the only celebrity that has been issuing statements against the president. Just Jared reported that celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Andy Cohen, Demi Lovato, Ellen DeGeneres and James Corden made comments about Trump’s decisions.

“Banning transgender people from serving our country is simply wrong,” Kim Kardashian wrote, as reported on Just Jared. “We should be so grateful to anybody who wants to serve, not ban them!”

Ellen DeGeneres, and out lesbian, also noted that banning transgenders in the military is “baseless and wrong.”

Recently, Trump tweeted that transgenders are banned from serving in the military, allegedly to cut back on rising costs.