Award-winning actor Don Cheadle had more than laughs on his mind when he hosted “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. And he made that clear with some of his wardrobe choices.
When he introduced Gary Clark Jr., the show’s musical guest, Cheadle wore a T-shirt that said, “Protect Trans Kids.”
And at the end of the show, Cheadle wore a Soviet Union hockey jersey, and when he turned around viewers could see the name Trump on it along with the number 45. (Donald Trump is the 45th U.S. president.)
Don Cheadle wore a Soviet Union hockey jersey with “Trump” and “45” on the back at the end of SNL after hosting. Shade level: Masterful pic.twitter.com/hrDjPRulXy— Adam Best (@adamcbest) February 17, 2019
Viewers spotted the clothes with a point of view and generally approved. Many took to Twitter to offer their reactions.
Another great reason to love Don Cheadle!! ❤️💜❤️— ZenaZee (@SunshineDay201) February 17, 2019
So wonderful this is getting popular support. It’s been a huge issue for so long. God bless @DonCheadle— Techaush (@Techaush) February 17, 2019
Don Cheadle is a national treasure— #thoughts&prayers (@jamesalclem) February 17, 2019
Oh my god, don cheadle wearing the t shirt, I want to cry!! What a beautiful man 💜— Roxanna Nic Liam (@RoxyNL) February 17, 2019
Don Cheadle is unmatched— yung row (@rowvnne_) February 17, 2019
Don Cheadle wins my Sunday morning Twitter feed... https://t.co/w4NwoLxeVN— Nestor Aparicio (@NestorAparicio) February 17, 2019
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.