Salma Hayek Drags Donald Trump on Twitter After He Mixes Up 9/11 and 7-11

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By now, you've probably heard about Donald Trump confusing 9/11 with the 7-11 convenience store chain.

It happens — but apparently not to Salma Hayek who dragged the Republican presidential frontrunner on Twitter for the mistake.

"I am a dyslexic Mexican and English is my second language, however even I do not confuse 7/11 with 9/11," she wrote Tuesday adding the hashtag #DonaldTrump.

In August she took aim at the real estate billionaire in the pages of the Los Angeles Times after he compared Mexicans to rapists in the early days of his campaign.

"I'm not insulted because I cannot be insulted by stupidity," she said. "Everybody's entitled to have uninformed opinions. Everybody's entitled to be dumb. But I'm not dumb, so I see through the manipulation."

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