'I am trying to work out what drug Trump is on. I wish it was mushrooms'
Last night saw the third and final televised debate between Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton in the run-up to the 2016 US Presidential debate – and the stars of music and the arts have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts.
It was another heated and acrimonious exchange between the Republican and Democratic candidate, as the topics of immigration, sexism and how suitable either opponent for the position of office.
On a night that saw Madonna offer blowjobs to anyone who votes for Hilary Clinton, other fellows musicians, artists, writers and more went online to voice their thoughts on the debate:
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Meanwhile, the likes of Christine & The Queens, The White Stripes, U2, Green Day, have all spoken out to voice their opposition to Trump, while Robert De Niro said he’d like to ‘punch him in the face’ and that he must be ‘crushed’ – and Star Wars icon Carrie Fischer claimed he was ‘absolutely a cokehead’.
This week also saw Eminem release a new anti-Trump song ‘Campaign Speech’, while Franz Ferdinand, El Vy and Death Cab For Cutie are among the bands taking part in the ’30 Days, 30 Songs’ project – in which one free song is delivered every day in the run-up to the election (seemingly all opposing the potential Presidency of Donald Trump).