Miss Alabama Says Republicans Should be 'Absolutely Terrified' of Donald Trump

Donald Trump was a hot topic of conversation this weekend.

Donald Trump may be leading in the polls - but not everyone thinks that's a good thing.

At the Miss America pageant, Miss Alabama Meg McGuffin said Republicans should be "absolutely terrified" of his popularity.

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McGuffin shared her opinions as she fielded a question from American Sniper widow Taya Kyle during the contest.

Kyle said: "According to a poll released this week, Donald Trump is leading republican candidates by 32 percent of the votes. Why do you think he's leading by such an overwhelming margin?"

"I think Donald Trump is an entertainer," McGuffin said without a hitch.

She continued: "I think he says what's on a lot of people's minds but I think that the Republican Party should be absolutely terrified of all the attention that he is taking from incredible candidates like Jeb Bush and Chris Christie who could absolutely do the job of president of the United States.

"And if I were a Republican, I would absolutely be terrified of that. Thank you."

At the Toronto Film Festival, George Clooney also shared his thoughts on Trump during a press conference and slammed the presidential hopeful for labeling Mexican immigrants as criminals and “rapists” during his campaign kick-off in June.

"Clearly, what he said is idiotic, of course it's idiotic," Clooney said. "Anybody who says as intolerant words as those should be laughed at, and that's pretty much (what) I think eventually history will do."

On Sunday, former New York Governor George Pataki also chipped in by tweeting his disapproval of Trump.

While many big names are showing their disdain for the billionaire, the polls are showing the opposite. According to a new ABC News / Washington Post poll Trump is up 33 percent among Republicans, while Ben Carson is at 20 percent and Bush is at eight percent.

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According to the same poll, Trump is in a dead heat in a head-to-head match up with Hillary Clinton.

Clinton is at 46 percent while Trump is at 43 percent.

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