Mark Hamill, the actor famous for his role as Luke Skywalker in "Star Wars," received a setback for his commentary on a family portrait that Ivanka Trump posted on Instagram, in which one of her sons dressed as a storm troop was.
The photo was simple enough: Ivanka wore a strapless evening dress and stood next to her husband Jared Kushner, who wore a tuxedo. At Ivanka's side stood a small stormtrooper who was playing in front of the camera.
She wrote, "The power is strong in my family."
Hamill tweeted the photo with the comment: "You have misspelled" Fraud. "His hashtag was #GoForceyourself.
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A social media commentator wrote, "It's a kid in a Star Wars costume, Mark." Another wrote, "A way to attack a child."
Hamill did it have some defenders. One person announced that the insult did not affect the unidentified child in costume but the entire Trump family.
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"When did he mention a storm troop "He did not do it, he called her family a farce, which they are, Don, Eric and Trump are all cheaters.", The post said.