The actress has lashed out at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in a scathing rant about delays in delivering a stimulus package amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The actor called the president "a whiny, sulky, petulant, Grinchy, vindictive little 10-ply-super-soft b****" in a thread shared Friday morning.
"I know you are a bottomless pit of need, but really, dude, the rest of us have lives to lead, and we just can't pay any more attention to you," the actress and singer tweeted.
It's no secret that Midler is not a fan of the Trump administration and a spat erupted online when McEnany tweeted about allegations of voter fraud in Michigan.
Thursday night saw President Trump deliver a deeply controversial speech where he alleged that Democrats were attempting to steal the presidential election.
In Michigan, the "stop the count" demonstrations began Wednesday night outside the TCF Center in Detroit causing police officers to push back crowds.
Hollywood has been rallying behind the Democrats, urging their fans to get out and vote and expressing their outrage at Coney Barrett's rushed confirmation.
Comedian Kathy Griffin joked: "My personal fave debate moment was when Joe Biden gave trump the sideways thumb with a "Get a hold of Abe Lincoln here.'"
Doug Jones will reprise his role as Billy Butcherson in the reunion, alongside an all-star cast joining the benefit.
Supporters and critics of both candidates were out in force voicing their views on how each performed.
"Turn out #Trump aides gave #WallStreet a heads up on how serious the virus was going to be, so they could profit by 'shorting everything,'" Midler tweeted on Thursday.
The actress is a frequent and highly vocal critic of the President whom she has now deemed "cruel and bloodthirsty" in a rant in which she did not hold back.
The Texas governor is restricting each county to only one ballot box each for the upcoming election, which could discourage Americans from voting.
The president's balcony stunt has angered many people on the left. Here's what some celebrities had to say about it.
Several well-known anti-Trump celebrities have not minced words about the stunt—here's what Alyssa Milano, Jim Gaffigan, Bette Midler and more have said.
Bette Midler has responded to news that President Donald Trump and Melania Trump have tested positive for coronavirus.
The "Hocus Pocus" actress has been accused of being "racist" by some after her tweet mocked the First Lady's accent and language skills.
"The Politician" Season 2 is coming to Netflix, with Payton Hobart facing his latest election against a formidable female team played by two legends.
The Trump 2020 campaign is hawking a "Stop the Witch-Hunt" poster parodying the 1993 film 'Hocus Pocus' just in time for Halloween.
You have just a few chances to catch the film on TV before Halloween.
'"The Addams Family" are back on screen with an all-star cast of voice actors including Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron and Chloe Grace Moretz. Here's who else voices characters in the new movie.
"#Beyoncé has 133 million Instagram followers. More than double the people who voted for Trump. Wouldn't it be amazing if the #BeyHive mobilized to defeat him?" Midler wrote.
Actress Bette Midler has been severely criticized for tweet to her 1.7 million followers Wednesday, where she called African American supporters at a re-election rally for Trump "blackground." In the tweet, she implies they must have been paid to be there.
Randy Quaid addressed Bette Midler's latest controversy with President Donald Trump with a close-and-personal video response that caused some people to question his mental health.
He called Midler out.
"George Orwell must have had a crystal ball," Midler said.
Bernadette Peters's Dolly is new and improved, if that can be imagined.
The Fox News contributor apologized to Midler but also said he remembered things differently
"Geraldo may have apologized for his tweets supporting Matt Lauer, but he has yet to apologize for this," Midler wrote on Twitter.