Donald Trump, Against All Artists

A president without hair on the tongue Source: LA NACION

He strongly criticized Bruce Springsteen, Beyoncé, Jay-Z and Meryl Streep

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, recalled how his victory was against Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, at their last meeting in Minneapolis (Minnesota). To do this, he despised three artists: Bruce Springsteen, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, who were part of the Democratic campaign.

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"I didn't need Beyoncé or Jay-Z. I didn't need little Bruce Springsteen," he said, adding that in Clinton's political acts "Springsteen did about two songs, then left and everyone went with him. And she I kept talking in front of that terrible crowd. The craziest thing I've ever seen. "

It is not innocent that Trump points maliciously against that singer because last year, in an interview to
Esquire criticized him for dividing the country, and not for uniting it. He even said that dividing "is a crime" against humanity.

"Trump is not interested in really uniting the country. In fact, he is interested in doing the opposite and dividing us. It is something he does almost daily … So this is simply a crime against humanity, as far as I am concerned. I understand. It's a horrible message to send to the world if you're in that job and in that position, "said the singer.

This is not the first time Trump has lashed out at artists. And it is that many of them, those who belong to the mainstream, often criticize him for his extreme positions and contrary to diversity, for his policies against immigration and for his questionable positions towards women, among other things.

Even when the businessman was campaigning, many artists and groups asked him not to use his songs for political rallies anymore. Some of them were: The Rolling Stones, Steven Tyler, Guns N 'Roses, Neil Young, Adele, R.E.M. and rapper Everlast.

A year ago, in an interview, Barbra Streisand said: "Trump is corrupt, indecent and is attacking the institutions of our country." The Colombian J Balvin, the first Latin American musician to close a festival day in the United States, harangued Trump and said to the crowd: "Free the children who are on the border."

Trump's animosity against Meryl Streep is also known, to whom he said he is "overvalued as an actress", after she gave a strong speech criticizing him in the delivery of the 2017 Golden Globe.

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