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‘Best of luck’! Actress Kristy Swanson hilariously zings Alyssa Milano when she unwisely asks Twitter for advice

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Actress Kristy Swanson makes no apologies for her conservative views and torched far-left fellow actress Alyssa Milano on her Trump Derangement Syndrome.

The actress and producer best known for her role in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” responded to Milano’s recent tweet about her “bad panic attack” by diagnosing her condition in a mocking comeback.

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Milano’s anti-Trump rants have been a staple on social media where the 46-year-old activist regularly blares out vulgar attacks on the president and his policies. The woman who once called for nationwide “sex strike” to protest a Georgia abortion law also has been a staunch defender of people entering the U.S. illegally, unloading pretentious screeds against Trump’s border policies while touting herself as a champion for those breaking the law.

The “Charmed” star, who recently declared she is “a person of color,” an “immigrant,” trans, a lesbian, “a gay man” and “disabled,” also earned ridicule for her recent claim about Ukraine in the wake of the controversy over Trump’s phone call with that nation’s president.

Milano reached out to her nearly 3.7 million Twitter followers on Sunday asking for advice.

Swanson, who is Milano’s polar political opposite, responded.

The 49-year old actress, who just announced to her 3.6 million Twitter followers that her family was leaving California and moving to New Jersey, is a vocal Trump supporter and doesn’t hold back when calling out his critics – even if they are fellow Hollywood stars.

She starred alongside fellow conservative actor Dean Cain in “FBI Lovebirds | How Two FBI Operatives Tried To Take Down Donald Trump,” a play that consists of a dramatic reading of text messages between disgraced FBI agents Lisa Page and Peter Strzok.

Swanson’s tweet zinging Milano provoked plenty of response on Twitter

Swanson believes there’s a time and a place to talk politics and that does not include when one is on the red carpet or major Hollywood events like award shows, as she shared her views with young conservatives in June.

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Her comments seemed to echo sentiments by 81-year-old Anthony Hopkins who expressed recently that actors are “pretty stupid” and their opinions on political matters should not be held in such high esteem.

Swanson got a lot of support on Twitter for her comments – including from many of her industry colleagues – and Milano got a healthy dose of mockery.

Frieda Powers

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