By Cady Lang
Updated: July 26, 2017 11:58 AM ET

President Donald Trump’s announcement via Twitter Wednesday morning that the U.S. government “will not accept or allow Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military” has sparked outrage online. Some of the most followed vocal dissenters on the Internet were celebrities who took to their social media accounts to sound off on Trump’s ban on trans Americans serving in the army; while some, like Janet Mock, pointed out the sacrifices that transgender service members have made for the country, others like Seth Rogen called on the Trump family to remember the promises that they had made to the LGBTQ community in the past.

See how celebrities reacted to Trump’s transgender military ban below.

Janet Mock brought up the integral role trans individuals have played in the U.S.’s past and present.

As did Caitlyn Jenner.

George Takei warned Trump that the measure disrespected the wrong community.

While Dustin Lance Black pointed out that “don’t ask, don’t tell” wasn’t repealed all that long ago.

Questlove was not here for Trump’s transgender military ban.

Mia Farrow made a case for challenging Trump’s ban.

While Uzo Aduba reaffirmed the equality of all Americans, regardless of their gender identity.

Seth Rogen had a message for Ivanka Trump.

As did James Corden.

Zoe Kazan expressed her gratitude for the current LBGTQ individuals serving in the armed forces.

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