New Delhi, June 2: Donald Trump, one of America's current presidential candidates seems to have garnered more dislikes than likes due to his statements.
Recently, even Bollywood actress Sunny Leone had something to say about him.
"Whether you love him or hate him, you are watching his videos to see what he said. So that is good. Some of his views I don't agree with and some of them I think might actually help our country(USA) out," Sunny was further quoted as saying in the daily.
Before Sunny, recently Trump was described as a "demagogue", by Stephen Hawking, one of the world's top scientists. Hawkings said he has failed to understand the rise of the presumptive Republican Party presidential nominee, who he said seems to "appeal to the lowest common denominator".
The author of "A Brief History of Time" was asked in an interview whether his knowledge of the universe meant he could explain the controversial American businessman-turned- politician's mass appeal.
"He is a demagogue who seems to appeal to the lowest common denominator," he said.
Hawking is not the first British public figure to make comments critical of the 69-year-old real estate billionaire.
Trump's comments on Islam on the campaign trail -- including a claim that Britain has a "massive Muslim problem" -- have provoked a backlash in the UK, with British Prime Minister David Cameron and London Mayor Sadiq Khan among the many politicians weighing in against .
British parliamentarians even debated a potential ban on Trump from the UK -- which was triggered by a public petition -- for alleged hate speech over his comments.