President Donald Trump’s comments regarding the violent Charlottesville white nationalist rally continue to spark anger among Americans. Earlier this week, actor Mark Ruffalo and filmmaker Michael Moore joined the protesters in front of the Trump Tower to voice their grievances against the president.

The white nationalist rally was attended by counter protesters. A man drove straight through a crowd of counter protesters and injured 19 people. One person died from the incident. Trump later commented that both sides were at fault for the loss of life during the rally.

Moore just finished a performance before taking it to the streets

Moore stars in his one-man Broadway show titled “The Terms of My Surrender” and right after his performance on Tuesday evening, he called on his audiences to join him and protest against Trump.

He also said they should honor the slain woman, identified as 32-year-old activist Heather Heyer, during the Charlottesville white nationalist rally.

Ruffalo, on the other hand, was a special guest performer during the Tuesday show. Moore was the one who rented double-decker buses so they could get the audience in front of the Trump Tower and join the other rally goers, The Washington Post shared.

The “Avengers” actor also told the audience that the comments of Trump were disconcerting because he basically backed up and supported the Nazi, the KKK, and the others equating to these groups. He noted that during World War II, there were only two sides, the Nazis and the whole world, who fought against the Nazis. The actor also noted that he is heartbroken by the fact that Trump is making excuses and is defending these white nationalists, Aol.com reported.

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Ruffalo chants 'No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA'

Just like what other chanted during the counter protest against the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Ruffalo led the group to chant statements against Trump and the KKK. One of their chants says, “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA.” They also chanted the name of the victim by saying, "Say her name: Heather Heyer!"

Trump was at the Trump Tower in New York and Moore said they would get as close as they can in order for the president to hear them. Ruffalo added that they wanted Trump to know that an American killed on American soil by a Nazi will not be tolerated. Ruffalo also said that people should not allow Nazis to be “a normal part of our society.”

Other celebrities joined rally

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the other celebrities who were seen at the rally outside Trump Tower are Olivia Wilde, Tom Sturridge, film producer Harvey Weinstein together with his wife, Georgiana Champan, Fisher Stevens, Marisa Tomei, and Zoe Kazan.