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Top 10 Most Hated People in the USA

US President Donald Trump and First Lady of the US Melania Trump arrive for a working dinner at The Parc du Cinquantenaire in Brussels, Belgium on Jul. 11, 2018.

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Being the most hated person in the States or any other country is not about committing heinous crimes. It is more about general public perception regarding a person’s morals and ethics, and yes, it often involves some allegations of criminal activities. Some people are merely not likable, while others say (and do) outrageous things that are not only frowned upon but cause people to hate them. Here are the most hated faces in today’s USA.

Casey Anthony

Despite being acquitted in the killing of her 2-year-old daughter, many continued believing that Casey Anthony was not innocent. Caylee Marie Anthony was an American toddler who was killed in Florida in 2008. Over 15 years later, the toddler’s mom is still one of the most hated people, and it all started with Casey’s infamous 911 call, “My daughter’s been missing for the last 31 days.” It continued with allegations of inappropriate behavior, though she appears to live out of the spotlight in the last few years.

Kim Kardashian

The whole Kardashian/Jenner family is famous for being infamous. Unlike many people who deserve hate, Kim never did anything criminal, but her presence and alleged lack of self-awareness made many people angry. The family made billions on various business deals, and Kim indeed has many admirers. However, more people can’t stand her, and that’s been a constant for over a decade.

Bill Cosby

Well, the case of Bill Cosby is challenging since he went from being America’s favorite dad to heinous accusations of drugging and assaulting over 50 women. Though he was found guilty, the conviction was overturned in 2021. In the eyes of the public, Cosby is guilty, with many pointing out that he got treated with the kids’ gloves due to his fame.

Donald Trump

The former president is adored by his followers and despised by everyone else. People love or hate Trump, and for those who cannot stand him, he represents a racist, bigot, sexist, xenophobe, narcissist, and more. But is Trump only a polarizing figure or more, that will be determined in the upcoming trials.

Amber Heard

You may notice that the list of most hated men usually has some serious criminal merit. When it comes to hating women, things are less about what they did or didn’t do and more about what they appear to stand for—case in point: Amber Heard. The actress is accused of ruining Johnny Depp’s career and lying about the abuse allegations. Many online posters called Heard crazy and wicked, though we genuinely don’t know what happened in Heard and Depp’s marriage.

Hillary Clinton

The former Secretary of State has been accused of everything and charged with nothing, unlike Trump. Clinton, a prominent lawyer since the beginning of her career, rubbed people the wrong way while she was First Lady, and that only escalated throughout the years. If you dive into conspiracy theories, you might find the most bizarre allegations against Clinton, but for many, she is simply easy to hate.

Anthony Fauci

One of the world’s most famous scientists researched outbreaks and epidemics that included HIV/AIDS, influenza, Ebola, Zika, and finally, Covid-19. The pandemic turned Fauci into one of the most hated figures in the US, with many asking to “prosecute Fauci.” Despite stepping down from his role in the government, Fauci confessed he still gets death threats over mask mandates and vaccines.

Kanye West or Ye

Ye’s biggest enemy seems to be Ye. Rapper, designer, producer, and overall multitalented person made numerous controversial statements and went from a shining star to the most despised name in the music industry. Ye was accused of spreading hate, and his comments raised concerns so much so that he lost lucrative contracts and many fans.

Joe Biden

President Biden was well-liked as Vice President. But things changed dramatically after he became the 46th president. People continually accuse him of mishandling the economy and pandering to minorities, and his gaffes gain more attention than anything he did for the US. The president took over office from Trump in the midst of the pandemic and world economic crisis. Still, regardless of what he says or does, Biden will not win a popularity contest.

Spencer Pratt

American reality TV star has never been a fan favorite. First, he was portrayed as a manipulative playboy in the hit show The Hills, and ever since, he has rubbed people the wrong way. According to numerous polls, Pratt is more disliked than OJ Simpson, and no matter what he says, he will always be the villain.

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