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Mark Ruffalo, more slam Ellen DeGeneres’ Assistance of George W. Bush: He Is’a war criminal’

Mark Ruffalo, more slam Ellen DeGeneres' Assistance of George W. Bush: He Is'a war criminal'

Mark Ruffalo is green with anger after Ellen DeGeneres’ assistance of George W. Bush.

DeGeneres stood up for her friendship with the former president on her show Tuesday after catching heat for sitting alongside him during Sunday’s matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers.

“I am friends with George Bush. In reality, I am friends with a great deal of individuals who do not share the very same beliefs that I have. We are all different and I believe that we have forgotten that that’s OK,” she said. “When I say’be kind to one another,’ I do not mean just the people who think exactly the exact same way you do. I mean being type to everybody. Does not matter.”

Ellen DeGeneres stands around backlash after sitting alongside’buddy’ George W. Bush (Photo: Getty)

DeGeneres’ plea for tolerance attracted praise from a famous faces, such as Reese Witherspoon, Kristen Bell and Blake Shelton, however, Ruffalo said Bush is not off the hook.

“Sorry, before George W. Bush is brought to justice for the crimes of the Iraq War, (such as American-lead torture, Iraqi deaths & displacement, along with the profound scars–psychological & differently –imposed on our army that served his folly), we can not even start to discuss kindness,” tweeted”The Avengers” celebrity Wednesday.

He was not the only star mad with DeGeneres for attempting to find middle ground with Bush after his polarizing political ago. “Dead Man Walking” star Susan Sarandon also occurred issue.

The vocal liberal shared a quotation from Outside Magazine, stating,”Missing the point completely, DeGeneres framed the problem as a matter of her hanging out by somebody with various opinions, not a guy repeatedly accused of being a war criminal”

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On the flip side, Bell shared side-by-side images of DeGeneres and Bush on her Instagram account. “The great Place” celebrity wrote:”Shes my (queen).” Witherspoon tweeted,”Thanks for this important reminder, Ellen!”

The two actresses obtained backlash for their service, causing Witherspoon to delete her converse entirely. Bell’s post stays on Instagram.

“This post could automatically get you shipped to the Bad Place,” an Instagram user reacted to Bell, even though a Twitter consumer informed Witherspoon,”This reeks of urgency.”

Shelton tweeted,”Amen @TheEllenShow… Thanks for stating this.” Among his followers reacted,”Please keep out of the, Blake.”

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