Donald Trump, Salma Hayek
The Mexican actress just called out Donald Trump for his 7-Eleven and 9/11 mixup. Reuters

Salma Hayek has been vocal about Donald Trump running for president and did not miss a beat when the Republican front-runner had a slip of the tongue. During a rally in Buffalo, New York ahead of the important primary elections at the state Trump made a huge mistake. The former "Celebrity Apprentice" host confused 9/11 with the popular convenience store 7-Eleven. He said: "“It’s very close to my heart because I was down there, and I watched our police and our firemen down at 7/11, down at the World Trade Center right after it came down, and I saw the greatest people I’ve ever seen in action.”

Hayek was quick to use social media and tweet the following: "I am a dyslexic Mexican and English is my second language, however even I do not confuse 7/11 with 9/11." During an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” she gave her opinion on the wall Trump wants to build between Mexico and the US. “I feel like you are the only person that could talk any sense into him,” Kimmel told her. “If you speak, he is going to listen.” Salma was not too sure that Trump would listen to her. This is where she comes up with the perfect solution to have the former “The Apprentice” host come into his sense. We’ve all tried to talk to Donald and make him reason and see that his view is not right and exclusionary. “You don’t need to talk sense in to him. Everybody is entitled to their own madness,” she said. “You need to talk sense into the people who are not seeing the madness.”

Vicente Fox is another personality that has lashed out against Donald Trump and is using social media against the Republican presidential front-runner. Fox is the former president of Mexico and with justified reasons he is calling out Trump on his bigotry. Mr. Fox has denounced Donald's plans of making Mexicans pay for the wall he proposed to build between the US-Mexico border to stop immigrants crossing over illegally. "I am not going to pay for this f***ing wall," he said in an interview recently. Fox also said about Trump: "He is a loud-mouth, arrogant, ignorant who has no idea what it is to sit in the chair of the U.S. presidency. To follow a false prophet like Donald Trump, to follow him into the dessert without knowing where he's going, is very dangerous."

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