When Cher was asked in an interview if the current president could end up in prison? She replied, "oh, I hope so," adding that she would be "dancing around" if it happens. She also said that Donald Trump will "burn down the White House" rather than admit defeat to President-Elect Joe Biden.
In these four years, a dozen stars and famous persons have expressed hatred against the Republican nominee and his policies. Be it their social media handle or an interview, they used it as an opportunity to speak out against Trump.
Recently, in an interview with The Guardian, the singer Cher sounded off on trump, saying that Donald Trump will "burn down the White House" rather than admit defeat to President-Elect Joe Biden.
Cher comes under the list - of Trump's haters - too, as she has talked against the president many times. Before the presidential elections, her song 'Happiness is just a thing called Joe' was released in support of Trump’s rival.
Referring to his refusal to concede the elections, she said of Trump: "If [he] can't be in the White House, he's going to burn it down."
"He's trying to block Joe at every moment. He's the most vindictive person I've ever witnessed. I think he's fighting so hard because he's going to be prosecuted when he gets out of the White House."
When asked by the Interviewer, Simon Hattensone, if the current president could end up in prison? Cher replied, "oh, I hope so," adding that she would be "dancing around" if that came to fruition.
Hattensone asked to share her thoughts about the cultural changes of the country by the president. Cher replied, "It's toxic. People who just disagreed with each other before are now enemies. I hate to even call him a president because all he does is watch TV."
"I hate him," she said, adding that "never in her whole life" had she felt that strongly about someone before. 'Strong Enough' hitmaker admitted she "disliked" former president George W Bush when he "started those wars", but declared: "But the one thing I know is he loves America and Trump doesn’t."
The singer, 74, also slammed Trump's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, insisting: "How am I taking it? There are no words that describe it. And in my country, the president doesn't believe it has anything to do with him. He doesn't think he has any responsibility to help us."
Cher's comments came after Der Spiegel, a German news magazine, named Trump the "Loser of the Year'', Huffington Post reports. According to the report, a portion of the article states that Trump was "never concerned with the common good, but always with one thing - himself."
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