Donald Trump Calls Out Disney's 'Frozen' Amid Star of David Controversy

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"Where is the outrage for this Disney book? Is this the 'Star of David' also?" Trump tweeted with a photo of a Disney sticker book.

Just days after Donald Trump deleted a tweet featuring a Star of David shape calling Hillary Clinton "corrupt," he posted another image of the Star of David — this time calling out Disney. 

The presumptive GOP presidential nominee tweeted a photo of a Frozen book on Wednesday with the line, "Where is the outrage for this Disney book? Is this the 'Star of David' also? Dishonest media!" Trump even included the hashtag for the animated film in his tweet. 

On Saturday, Trump had posted a controversial image with the caption "Crooked Hillary — Makes History!" to Twitter that included a Star of David and labeled Hillary Clinton as "the most corrupt candidate ever!" The Photoshopped image showed Clinton's face next to the shape atop a background of $100 bills and the text "History Made." 

Trump deleted the tweet after online commenters accused him of being antisemitic, and has called out "dishonest media" for their coverage of his tweet since then. 

Twitter users responded, scolding him for dragging the movie into the issue. Hillary Clinton even responded with her own take on a line from the movie itself: