When it comes to presidential candidates and celebrities there are some candidates who receive a lot of support from celebrities that are out there and there are some candidates who receive quite the opposite. Then, there are some candidates who choose to use music from a celebrity as part of their campaign and they are blasted for doing that.
There is a fight going on between Neil Young and Donald Trump after the latter chose to use a song from the former as part of his campaign. It seems that Neil Young doesn’t want to be forced to support Trump in his run by allowing him to use a song that is linked to Young. Daniel Amen agrees it seems that these two have some differences to work out. Neil Young has said that he makes his music for individuals and people, not for political candidates, and it would seem that he has a right to decide what goes on in regard to his music.
Donald Trump announced that he will be running for president on Thursday, and this has raised some eyebrows around Washington and New York. When he was asked what platform he intended to take, he simply said “My ultimate goal is to make this country great again!” and there is no doubt that this is his bottom line, but the news media has accused him of “trolling.”
Keith Mann recalls when the billionaire tossed the idea of presidency around in 2012, and vocally entertaining the idea of jumping into the political arena. McKay Coppins interviewed Trump and believes that he is seeking validation from the political arena as many others believe also.
Coppins accused Trump of trolling during the interview, implying that this was his MO. t Trump was not aware of the term, so Coppins replied that trolling is saying or doing things to provoke people. After careful consideration, Trump replied that trolling wasn’t his ultimate goal, but he admitted that he does enjoy provoking people.
Donald Trump has some strong views about people, both in the country and out, the Mexican, Chinese and even the terrorists where he claims that they are rich, and they are my competition! Trump has been toying with the idea of political office for a quarter of a century, only to back down while eating up all the media time in the process. The news is not being duped again, and there has been little attention given to the Trumpster and his decision.