Another day, another fresh outrage President Trump and his administration have brought into the world.

This time, the White House decided to take a relatively benign, non-political event and turn it into yet another opportunity to spread hate into the world.

At a recent Halloween event, children were asked to "build the wall" as a fun way to celebrate the spooky season.

Because walls are really traditional at Halloween.

Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars franchise, has been a vocal critic of Trump since before hd even took office.

This moment was no different—Hamill took to Twitter to offer his poignant take on the activity.

Many other stars agreed wholeheartedly with Hamill.

Almost everyone who saw the activity were stunned by how early the Trump administration was pushing its xenophobia onto the next generation.

It seems the Trump team barely thinks about optics before they take any action.

Well, if the President isn't acting like a suitable role model for children, at least Hamill himself has stepped up for the cause of good.

Twitter users could think of many other things for the children to do at the White House Halloween party.

Thanks, Mark Hamill, for continuing to stand up for the light side of the force.

We need your help now more than ever!

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