Barbra Streisand isn't holding back her thoughts on President Donald Trump.
In a column published Tuesday by Variety, the actress and singer, 77, addressed "Mr. Trump" before outlining the reasons she believes he should not be re-elected.
"America was great – before you were elected," she began. "Since 2016, we’ve been dragged down into the mud of Trump’s swamp. He has demolished our standing in the world with his laughable boasts and breathtaking ignorance. He has put the security of this country, and our planet, in a precarious position by abandoning the Paris climate accord and the Iran nuclear deal. He’s a one-man weapon of mass destruction … so reckless that he almost started a war."
She continued, referencing recent headlines, including the coronavirus, which has since taken thousands of lives.
"Now we’re facing another kind of war, against the coronavirus. Trump got rid of our pandemic specialist two years ago and has defunded the Centers for Disease Control because he continues to ignore science," she said. "We can’t go on like this. It’s too dangerous."
She goes on to describe "Trump's world" as a "place of paranoia, hypocrisy and lies, so many lies..."
"Trump thinks the rules don’t apply to him," she added. "Trump is a man who has never once taken responsibility for his own actions, preferring to blame others when he’s at fault."
Then, in a final plea, Streisand urges voters to "bring back dignity and grace" in the upcoming election.
"We must care about the facts, the planet, each other and the least fortunate among us," she writes. "We need a new America, without pollution, without obscenities, without insults, without revenge. We need to restore the nobility of truth... and only then will America be great again."
This isn't the first time Streisand has been vocal about her dislike toward Trump.
During an August 2019 performance at Madison Square Garden, she warned Republicans in the audience to cover their ears before launching into a remixed version of "Send in the Clowns" that took jabs at Trump.
"Maybe he's poor, till he reveals his returns who can be sure, who is this clown," she sang as the audience erupted in applause. "Something's amiss, I don't approve, now that's he's running the free world where can we move, maybe a town, who is this clown?"
After the song, a photo of the White House – with circus tent on top of it – appeared on the screen, followed by Trump in clown makeup. An altered version of his Time magazine 2016 Person of the Year cover showed him with a red nose under the words "clown of the year."
Contributing: Ashley Shaffer, USA TODAY; The Associated Press