Trump’s Speech Features Totally Unsuitable Song And Twitter Loses It

The Guns N’ Roses’ cover of Paul McCartney and Wings’ “Live and Let Die” played on the loudspeaker before the president delivered his speech at a Whirlpool plant in Clyde, Ohio.

Whoever was in charged of the playlist at Trump’s appearance at an Ohio washing machine factory on Thursday might want to rethink the music.
“Live and Let Die” played on the loudspeaker before the president delivered his speech at a Whirlpool plant in Clyde, Ohio/ picture from Firstpost

Whoever was in charged of the playlist at Trump’s appearance at an Ohio washing machine factory on Thursday might want to rethink the music.

The Guns N’ Roses’ cover of Paul McCartney and Wings’ “Live and Let Die” played on the loudspeaker before the president delivered his speech at a Whirlpool plant in Clyde, Ohio.

The Intercept’s Robert Mackey sent a video of the tasteless moment, saying that Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine was not able to join because he had tested positive for coronavirus, “the disease that killed over 1,400 Americans yesterday.” A second test later revealed DeWine negative.

The U.S. has exceeded 160,000 COVID-19 deaths under President Donald Trump’s eyes and the death toll rise is projected to reach nearly 300,000 by December.

The same song was played during Trump’s visit to a Honeywell factory that makes face masks in May.

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Twitter was shocked at the offensive repeat, which was probably made worse by Trump’s cold “It is what it is” comment about the death toll in an HBO interview broadcast this week.

“They’ll soon be playing Queen’s ‘Another one bites the dust,’ one user sniped on Twitter.

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