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Comedian Tim Allen joined Megyn Kelly to discuss Hollywood's mockery of the Trumps, notably following Donald Trump's victory on Election Day.

At the American Music Awards, model Gigi Hadid offered an accented impression of Melania Trump and Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong led an impromptu chorus of "No Trump, No KKK, No Fascist USA", directed at the president-elect.

"I don't think it's appropriate in that venue," Allen, star of 'Last Man Standing' and 'Home Improvement', said of the expositions, "but, I'm not a spokesman for Hollywood, I'm a comedian."

Many celebrities dislike Trump because of the perception he is a bully, Allen said, "but if you had any kind of inkling that you were 'for Trump', you got bullied for doing that."

"It gets a little hypocritical to me that you can now bully people."

Allen said that celebrities criticizing or lampooning Trump do not always have a solid factual basis for their commentary:

"Mostly what I'm finding is that there's no source material," Allen said.

"[Trump] was [said to be] against homosexuals somehow--whoever said that?" Allen said, "Didn't he wave the [LGBT] flag at the [Republican National] Convention? I can't make a joke about that."

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