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Lindsay Lohan on Trump's Administration: 'If You Can’t Beat Them, Join Them'

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She also mentioned a potential Mean Girls sequel.

Lindsay Lohan is on quite the journey. The child star has definitely had her ups and downs but in the past few years, she's made an effort to repair her image. Her biggest career moves of late include portraying Elizabeth Taylor in a Lifetime biopic and starring in a Bret Easton Ellis neo-noir thriller.

But these days, LiLo is changing lanes to focus on issues of more importance. She recently returned from a trip to Turkey where she visited with refugees to gain more knowledge of the situation.

"I went to Antep with Fatma (Sahin), the mayor there, and went to visit some of the container camps which is a really eye-opening experience," she told Daily Mail during a Facebook Live Q&A. "They're doing a lot. Turkey really is doing a lot, and that's why I wanted to try and get the word out to Donald Trump to kind of bring him over there and see all the positive things they're doing and how America can help as well."

Checking in with my other family in Sultanbeyli

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The actress who is currently in the process of converting to Islam says that the American people need to show their support for Donald Trump in order to inspire change:

"I think, always in the public eye, you're going to be scrutinized. And he is the president. So you have to join him. If you can't beat them, join them. I think it would be a positive thing for America to show their care and support, and for him to experience what it's like for these people and how much Turkey has been giving to the refugees and how many people they've welcomed in and how (Prime Minister Tayyip) Erdogan has a very big heart. His country stands by him, and I think we all need to unite like that."

She also mentioned her interest in a Mean Girls sequel. She plans to speak to Lorne Michaels and Tina Fey about what she's pitching as Mean Moms. We're on board.

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