Angelina Jolie
Cast member Angelina Jolie poses at the premiere of "Kung Fu Panda 3" at the TCL Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California January 16, 2016. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Angelina Jolie isn’t a fan of Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim sentiments. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) special envoy had something to say about the aspiring US president’s rhetoric on Muslims coming to the country.

Trump had called for a “total and complete shutdown” of Muslims entering the United States, telling his supporters in December that he would enforce the ban “until we are able to determine and understand this problem and the dangerous threat it poses.”

Jolie, who advocates on behalf of refugees as a UNHCR special envoy, did not agree with Trump. CNN said Jolie “closed her eyes and shook her head in disapproval” when she was asked what she thought about the Republican candidate’s attitude toward people of Islamic faith.

“To me, America is built on people from around the world coming together for freedoms, especially freedom of religion. So it’s hard to hear this is coming from someone who is pressing to be an American president,” the A-list Hollywood star said.

Jolie spoke at a BBC-hosted event in London as a UNHCR representative on Monday, comparing the refugee crisis to World War II. Brad Pitt’s wife said the efforts to help refugees are “drastically underfunded.”

Jolie joins several celebrities and high-profile personalities who have spoken out about Trump. In a recent appearance at the UK chat show “The Graham Norton Show,” Jennifer Lawrence said she wanted to meet the GOP presumptive candidate to tell him, “F--- you!” Miley Cyrus also called the real estate tycoon a “f------ nightmare” on Instagram as well.

Last week, new London Mayor Sadiq Khan told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, “I’m hoping he’s not the guy that wins,” referring to Trump. He also said the American mogul had “ignorant view of Islam that could make both our countries less safe.”

As a response, Trump challenged the London mayor to take an IQ test, saying Khan said “very rude statements.”