Peter Fonda Apologizes for ‘Vulgar’ Trump Tweet

Peter Fonda is in hot water for what he admitted was an

Peter Fonda is in hot water for what he admitted was an"inappropriate tweet about the president's 12-year-old son

And now, Donald Trump firing back.

Peter Fonda has since deleted the tweet that read as follows.

On Wednesday, Fonda went on an explicit, expletive-laden rant against the Trumps, suggesting that Barron should be removed from his family home and put into a cage with pedophiles.

Fonda wasn't done there, either.

Donald Trump Jr., quickly took to Twitter to state his disgust with Peter Fonda's tweet. Piers Morgan has spoken out against Fonda's call to action, saying "I find the child separation policy abhorrent, but this kind of response is disgusting too".

And according to a report from Fox News, the White House is now considering executive action that would halt the ongoing crisis, allowing children to stay with parents caught crossing the border illegally.

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In light of the president's plans to sign an executive order, Fonda looks even more foolish and outlandish.

Fonda - who's calling for 90 million Americans to protest in the streets this weekend - is no longer the "Easy Rider". In May of this year, the ACLU issued a report that found "widespread allegations of misconduct by USA border authorities toward children, including kicking one in the ribs, denying medical attention to a pregnant teen who complained of pain and threatening others with sexual abuse".

A spokesman for the agency said via email the Secret Service is aware of Fonda's tweets but "as a matter of practice" would have no additional comment. "I immediately regretted it and sincerely apologise to the family for what I said and any hurt my words have caused". So upset, in fact, that he referred to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen as "gashes".

That was not the only tweet that landed Fonda in hot water.

In another tweet, also deleted by the actor, Fonda said that protesters should "get the addresses of the Ice Agents CBP agents and surround their homes in protest".

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