Multimillionaire liberal celebrities have emphasized their resentment toward President Trump who they see as a threat against their spoilt lifestyles. Stars like Meryl Streep, who cannot be more out of touch with the life of the ordinary citizen and their fans, have attacked Trump on every corner, whenever they get the opportunity.

But this madness does not seem to concede. An aging rock star has now also taken a stand against Trump by telling that all supporters of the President are unwelcomed at his concerts.

Rock singer Todd Rundgren gained prominence back in the 70’s for his radio hits like “Hello, it’s me” and does not seem to get how obsolete and unneeded he has become. So, instead of doing more to win back his supporters, this guy has decided to risk what he has left of his reputation for political reasons.

At the moment, the rocker is promoting his new album White Knight, in collaboration with Trent Reznor and Joe Walsh, and he was recently interviewed by Variety magazine.
When Rundgren was whether President Trump and his supporters annoyed him, he replied, “No. If I had the power, I’d say: If you’re a Trump supporter, don’t come to my show, because you won’t have a good time. And also, I don’t understand your frickin’ values. Because I’m not singing about that. If you don’t understand that basic thing, you’re just fooling yourself.”

On his new album, Todd and Donald Fagen of Steely Dan wrote a song about the President titled “Man in the Tin Foil Hat.”

The part of the lyrics in Rundgren’s song about the President read, “He’s coming down the escalator with a girl from east of here because the man in the tin foil hat is leading like a teenage girl. He put’s the ‘pluto’ in plutocrat, he hasn’t got time for losers, unless they do what he demands.”

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