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Stephen King, Donald Trump

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So, it doesn't look like Stephen King is voting for The Donald.

The iconic horror novel writer, who is also a poet, has penned a campaign slogan for Donald Trump's presidential campaign, adding to the backlash over the Republican candidate's controversial remarks about Mexican immigrants.

"How's this for a Trump campaign slogan: IF YOU'RE WHITE, YOU'RE ALL RIGHT! ANY OTHER HUE, I DON'T TRUST YOU," King wrote on Twitter.

Trump, who has been beating all GOP candidates in recent opinion polls, has not responded to King's remarks. They were posted on Wednesday, a day before Republican contenders face off in a televised debate.

King has made fun of Trump on Twitter before.

Trump had in 2014 appeared to be somewhat of a fan of King.

In a June 16 presidential bid announcement speech, Trump said, "When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending the best...they're sending people that have lots of problems and they're bringing those problems. They're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime. They're rapists and some, I assume, are good people, but I speak to border guards and they're telling us what we're getting."

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Following his remarks about Mexican immigrants, NBC ended its business relationship with the real estate mogul, who starred on of the network's hit show The Celebrity Apprentice, and also canceled plans to air the 2015 Miss USA beauty pageant, which is co-owned by his organization.

Several other companies and groups, such as Macy's and NASCAR, also cut ties with Trump and celebrities such ShakiraAmerica Ferrera and Salma Hayekslammed him publicly over his comments.

Kelly Osbourne recently criticized him as well, on The View, but also uttered an offensive comment about Latinos in doing so, sparking public backlash against her. She then took to Facebook to clarify her remarks and stance.

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