Trump’s about to get stung.
During a political rally in Minnesota last night, the president called out Beyonce, Jay-Z and even Bruce Springsteen as he reminisced over the 2016 presidential election, because this guy has nothing better to do than think about his perceived greatness.
Trump named dropped Beyonce and Jay-Z at his rally. Yikes. Don't get the hive started. The next few hours will be interesting. pic.twitter.com/wP04aOy6K6
— BG (@BGisBrandonGray) October 11, 2019
Trump said last night that artists like Jay-Z, Beyonce, The Boss et. al were brought in to perform at Hillary Clinton’s rallies because she couldn’t garner a crowd without them.
Trump was again talking about the size of his rallies from that time, saying it was all such a success, and adding that he didn’t need celebrities to get large crowds.
“I didn’t need Beyoncé and Jay-Z. And I didn’t need little Bruce Springsteen and all of these people.”
“Little Bruce Springsteen.” Those are fighting words.
Springsteen has spoken out in the past about Trump, and he wasn’t kind.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, he called the president a “moron,” and told Esquire that Trump was “deeply damaged at his core.”
— Stereogum (@stereogum) October 11, 2019
And the names Jay-Z and Beyonce certainly shouldn’t be uttered by a guy who can’t fill the seats at his own rallies.
We continue to live in the upside-down.
By the way, if the president claims the arena is packed to the rafters …
Well, no. pic.twitter.com/SOqwrxqxMJ
— S.V. Dáte (@svdate) October 10, 2019