Hailey Bieber uses World Mental Health Day to endorse Biden — while dad Stephen Baldwin tweets support for Trump
Haley Bieber and dad Stephen Baldwin (pictured 2011) support various presidential candidates. (Photo: Charles Eshelman / FilmMagic)
It may mean her uncle Alec Baldwin loses his Saturday Night Live appearance - the actor is faking President Donald Trump on the comedy show - but Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin) officially endorses Joe Biden as President.
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber's model and wife took advantage of World Mental Health Day, Sat. On October 10th to share their political views, she was wearing a blue-dyed Biden T-shirt when she wrote, “It's the World Mental Health Day, and something that has affected my mental health is the state of our country and the future of our country. I have hope, but together we have to make the changes we want for our future and that means we have to go to the vote !!! "
The 23-year-old's post received lots of likes and supportive comments from other celebrities like Jennifer Aniston and Miley Cyrus. Her uncle, Billy Baldwin, a frequent critic of the President, also seemed overjoyed with his niece's support.
"Thanks Hailey !!" wrote the backdraft star. "You have no idea how much that means to me."
Of course, not all Baldwins support Biden. Bieber's father, and Alecs and Billy's brother, is actor Stephen Baldwin of The Usual Suspects. The 54-year-old, a politically conservative and like his daughter a devout Christian, appeared to refer to her post in a tweet sent later that day. The tweet stated that he was not "talking much about family" and was cheering on the Trump 2020 campaign.
Political differences aside, there doesn't seem to be any hurt feelings. Baldwin's Instagram account has a new post showing goods from his son-in-law's Drew clothing line.
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