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Sophia Bush, star of “Chicago P.D.” | AP file photo

Celebrities with Chicago ties grimace on Twitter over Trump win

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Chicago and the nation wake up Wednesday knowing that real estate mogul turned Republican nominee Donald J. Trump will be the 45th President of the United States come Jan. 20. Despite being a reality TV star, Trump wasn’t the choice for many Hollywood stars.

On Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, many shocked celebrities with ties to the Chicago area expressed their disbelief over the defeat of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and their hopes for the future. Here’s a sampling from Twitter:

Sophia Bush, often outspoken on social media, has a lot to say Wednesday morning:

Colin Donnell, “Chicago Med”

Jesse Lee Soffer, “Chicago Fire”

Joliet native Nick Offerman

S. Epatha Merkerson, “Chicago Med”

Torrey DeVitto, “Chicago Med”

Northbrook native Yuri Sardarov, “Chicago Fire”

Derek Haas, co-creator of “Chicago Fire”


Philip Winchester, “Chicago Justice”

Chicago native Shonda Rhimes, creator of “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal”

Chicago native Ike Barinholtz, “The Mindy Project”

Elk Grove Village native Parvesh Cheena, “A to Z”

Chicago native Lucas Neff, “Raising Hope”


Chicago native Jennifer Beals

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