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Joss Whedon: 'Trump CANNOT Be Allowed a Term in Office'

Maybe someone should have asked Joss Whedon if he would accept the results of the presidential election.

The "Avengers" director is hopping mad that the truth-challenged former first lady didn't defeat Donald Trump last week. Rather than lick his ideological wounds over Hillary Clinton's loss, Whedon is getting super-mad.

How mad?

Check out the director's Twitter time line and you'll find plenty of messages blasting Trump in every which way.

But what does he mean by saying Trump can't be allowed to fulfill the wishes of the American people? Is he calling for more protests? Violence? What's his solution to a free and fair election? Wouldn't he be savaging Trump had the real estate mogul lost the election but complained the vote was rigged?

Whedon, best known in some circles for TV's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," isn't as politically well known as other stars. He's no Sean Penn, Ben Affleck or Kerry Washington. Yet Whedon played a leading role in Hollywood's attempt to stop Trump this year.

Remember that insipid "Save the Day" celebrity PSA? The one with all those "Avengers" actors like Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey, Jr. and Scarlett Johansson mocking Trump and begging commoners to vote?

Whedon directed it.