Chris Evans Rips Apart Trump's 'Reckless' Coronavirus Message

"You just don't care," the Captain America actor wrote on Twitter.

“Avengers” star Chris Evans tore into President Donald Trump’s message to the nation as he returned to the White House amid his treatment for the coronavirus on Monday.

Trump said he felt better than he did 20 years ago and told Americans “don’t be afraid of the virus,” which has infected nearly 7.5 million and killed more than 210,000 people in the U.S.

Evans, who played Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, described that message as “reckless” while pointing out the key advantage Trump has that ordinary people do not:

A persistent Trump critic throughout the presidency, Evans has often urged fans to get involved and to vote.

Other celebrities also slammed Trump’s comments about the virus as well as the made-for-TV return to the White House that followed:

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