Paul McCartney might feature Donald Trump in his forthcoming album
In an event at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Art, Paul McCartney, a British singer and a former member of Beatles hinted that he has written a song on President Donald Trump. He made the announcement regarding his forthcoming album in this event.
However, he did not mention if the song was in support of Trump or against. He however made a statement in which he said that the fans of Trump might not like the song.
According to him, he felt like writing the song and so he did.
“Sometimes the situation in the world is so crazy, that you’ve got to address it,” he quoted.
Earlier this month he was also reported saying that he is not a fan of the US president at all.
“He’s unleashed the ugly side of America. People feel like they have got a free pass to be, if not violent, at least antagonistic towards people of a different colour or a different race. I think we all thought we’d got past that a long time ago,” he added.
However, his support for Trump’s opponent, Hilary Clinton, was revealed last year in 2016 campaign when a photo which was taken just before a show he was to do in Cleveland.
McCartney’s comment on the picture in a tweet said, “she is with me”.
On the other hand, Trump has also made comments about McCartney in past. But this will not be the first time when musicians would have sung or tweeted opposition to Trump. Earlier singers like Fiona, Death Cab, Roger Waters, Joan Baez, Carole King, Loudon Wainwright III and many more have sung in opposition to US president.