Charlie Sheen just made Debbie Reynolds’ death about Trump

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Charlie Sheen has jumped in on the online reactions to Hollywood star Debbie Reynold’s death, who died only a day after her daughter Carrie Fisher.

Except instead of posting a touching memory or heartfelt thought, the TV and film actor voiced his thoughts on Twitter about President-elect Donald Trump.

They were unkind, to say the least.

Sheen also included in the tweet the middle finger emoji and, inexplicably, the copyright symbol.

In general, 2016 has been a lot for people to handle with Trump’s unexpected election and beloved celebrities like David Bowie, Prince, Gene Wilder and Leonard Cohen dying. The year also seemed to pile on with singer George Michael, Fisher and Reynolds dying in just the past few days.

But with a tweet like that, Sheen may have the Secret Service knocking on his door before this no good, terrible, horrible year finally ends.

RELATED: See photos of Sheen through the years:

FILE – In this Jan. 7, 2009 file photo, from left, Charlie Sheen, Angus T. Jones and Jon Cryer, pose for a picture backstage with their favorite TV comedy award for “Two and a Half Men” at the 35th Annual People’s Choice Awards in Los Angeles. There’s been plenty of comedy onscreen and tons of drama behind the scenes. It all comes to an end Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015, as “Two and a Half Men,” the remarkably durable hit CBS sitcom, wraps its 12-season run with a one-hour series finale. Funny or not, the conclusion will answer this burning question: Will former series star Sheen make a conciliatory guest appearance, as rumored, four years after his rancorous firing? (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File)

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