Singer Madonna has urged her fans to vote out President Donald Trump, sharing a video that she says proves he is a white supremacist.
Madonna and President Donald Trump aren’t exactly the best of friends as he has referred to her as “disgusting” in the past. It seems the bad blood between them is still as strong as ever.
The 61-year-old singer posted a video clip of the U.S. leader making some questionable utterances in the 2016 historical documentary 13th.
The documentary sheds light on racial injustice in America, and Madonna captioned the post with the following words:
This video is an excerpt from the documentary ‘13th’ directed by Ava DuVernay! Do we need any more proof that we need to get this White Supremacist out of the White House? Do we need any more reasons to get out there and VOTE to ensure he is not re-elected?? Make sure you watch this film!! #13th #avaduvernay #Vote #Blacklivesmatter.”
At the beginning of the clip, Trump can be seen making a speech at a rally as the crowd chants “USA!” and it quickly changes to various clips of racial violence at different times in history. During the clips, Trump’s voice can be heard saying different things that seem to encourage violence such as “Knock the crap out him” and “In the good old days, this doesn’t happen because they used to treat them very, very rough and when they protested once, you know, they would not do it again so easily.”
See the video below:
This video is an excerpt from the documentary ‘13th’ • directed by Ava DuVernay! Do we need any more proof that we need to get this White Supremacist out of the White House?
Do we need any more reasons to get out there and VOTE to ensure that he is not…https://t.co/m2623GzJ4O pic.twitter.com/qoQw5rxHqz
— Madonna (@Madonna) June 9, 2020
Back in 2017, President Trump had called Madonna disgusting shortly after she had told a Washington D.C. crowd that she considered “blowing up the White House” during her speech at the Women’s March.
The president had replied, “Honestly, she’s disgusting. I think she hurt herself badly. I think she hurt that whole cause. I thought her – and a couple of others. But I thought she was in particular, I thought what she said was disgraceful to our country.”
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