Cher Blasts Trump: He’s ‘Cheating And Getting Away With It’

Katie Jerkovich | Contributor

Cher is attacking President Donald Trump again, this time claiming that he is “cheating and getting away with it.”

“Since Trump was elected, I have to hide my telephone, because I’m so outraged. Twitter is like a drug,” the 70-year-old singer said during an interview published Thursday in Billboard magazine while talking about being selected for their 2017 Icon award. (RELATED: Celebrities Freak Out Over Trump’s Immigration Restriction)

Cher waits backstage at a protest against U.S. President-elect Donald Trump outside the Trump International Hotel in New York City, U.S. January 19, 2017. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

Cher waits backstage at a protest against U.S. President-elect Donald Trump outside the Trump International Hotel in New York City, U.S. January 19, 2017. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

“The president is cheating and getting away with it, and using the White House to make money, and he’s going to take health care away from people, and people are going die,” she raged on. “It’s outrageous. You feel like you’re screaming ‘Fire!’ and no one’s listening.”

“The Democrats fucked up so bad in their message, and how old [the leadership] is,” the Hillary Clinton supporter added. “You’ve got to pray that old people die before young people can get involved with the party. I told Hillary [Clinton] she should have a group of millennials give their ideas about government.”

To say the singer has been outspoken about the president would be an understatement. During his 120 days in office she has blasted him as a “liar,” a “traitor,” and more on Twitter.

“I have such disdain for him [Trump] and most of the people he’s picked… It’s no secret what I think,” the singer explained in a recent interview.

Katie Jerkovich

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