Comedian Michael Loftus said Sunday that he believes liberal celebrities are competing to see who can be the most rude to conservatives.

Stars like Robert De Niro, Bill Maher and Seth Rogen have recently been in the news for their anti-Trump actions and comments.

De Niro went on a profanity-laced tirade about President Trump during the Tony Awards, Maher said he was hoping for a recession to oust Trump from office and Rogen said he refused to take a photo with House Speaker Paul Ryan because of Rogen’s opposition to the Trump administration.

"We're watching a race on the left to see who can be the most rude," Loftus said on "Fox & Friends."

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Loftus said he couldn't believe Rogen refused to take a photo with Ryan, and he agreed with Abby Huntsman that the public loves Hollywood's attacks on anyone associated with the president.

He added that he believes the left is demonizing Trump supporters and comparing them to Nazis, referring to MSNBC pundit Donny Deutsch's recent comments.

"If you vote for Trump, then you -- the voter -- you -- not Donald Trump -- are standing at the border like Nazis, going 'here', 'here'," Deutsch had said, decrying the "evilness of Donald Trump."

Loftus said that anti-Trump celebrities can "be as rude as they want, and they're going to get cheers and applause."

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