"I will do as you suggest and go back to where I came from ... which happens to be NYC so I'm just gonna chill," Olivia Wilde wrote in response to her critics

By Jodi Guglielmi
Updated October 28, 2015 04:55 PM
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Hey, she’s just doing what they asked.

Olivia Wilde has not been shy when it comes to discussing her political views. The actress has publicly shown her support for Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton on numerous occasions in recent months, and in an interview with Page Six this week she implied that Donald Trump‘s views on immigration were “really sickening.”

Though she didn’t mention the GOP hopeful by name in the interview – or in this tweet about someone trying to “throw people out and build a wall” – most people got the picture.

That includes some angry Trump supporters, who took to Twitter to bash the actress for her political stance.

Wilde responded by tweeting:

This isn’t the first time Wilde, 31, has shared her political views on social media. The star has come to Clinton’s defense numerous times on Twitter, calling her email controversy “as scandalous as my grandmother’s recipe for tater-tots.”

She also Instagramed a picture of herself with Clinton after she introduced the Democratic front-runner at a campaign event in June.

Wilde took perhaps her firmest political stance when she called people out for criticizing Clinton based on her gender rather than her merit.

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“It’s pure sexism,” Wilde told the Daily Beast. “This bulls— about her not seeming ‘warm’ enough is pure misogyny.”

She continued: “It’s ridiculous. I think she’s one of the loveliest, most personable politicians I’ve ever met – much warmer than other politicians, in fact. That’s pure sexism.”