Washington, DC – President Donald Trump published a video on his Twitter account in which, in just over two minutes, he shows some fragments of the dances he has starred in at his rallies to the rhythm of the popular Village People song entitled “ YMCA ”.
Trump, who has just closed his electoral campaign for these close presidential elections whose voting began just a few hours ago, accompanies the images with the message “VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!”
VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!pic.twitter.com/85ySh1KYkhRELATED
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 3, 2020
The video, in which he appears without a mask at different times of his rallies in various states, includes the choreography that he has made popular and which basically consists of a movement of the arms and hips that seems to follow the rhythm of the popular song of the American group, which was released in 1978.
Despite the fact that Trump’s dances with this theme have become viral in some social networks in recent weeks, some of the components of the Village People have repeatedly asked the reelection candidate to stop using that song in his political acts.
Victor Willis, one of the members of the pop group, has not only criticized the use of “YMCA”, but has also been annoyed with its choreography.
It is not the first time that Trump uses songs by well-known singers or groups to accompany his political acts and many of them chose to prohibit their use.
Among them, the cases of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, from The Rolling Stones, the family of singer Tom Petty, who died in 2017, the American group REM, the British Adele and the heirs of Prince are known.