It will be the end of the holidays and the return to business, Monday, August 21, 2017, for the Trump family. The American president is becoming more and more isolated, following the uneasiness aroused by his comments following the racist violence of Charlottesville. This is evidenced by the success of Joan Baez’s new song on social networks, with the evocative title “Man Wicked”.
Donald and Melania Trump announced on Saturday that they will not attend the Honors of the Kennedy Center, the most anticipated art award in Washington, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. It must be said that the presidential couple was not really expected, several artists announced that they would avoid crossing them.
Between the president and the artistic circles, the torch burns. Illustration with some chords on the guitar, and this unbelievable voice, recognizable among all, that of Joan Baez, who obviously has not yet digested the election of Donald Trump.
White shirt, jacket and very “scarf folk “, the leader of the anti-Vietnam war, a genuine American apostle of non-violence, meets a pretty successful on the Internet today, with an acoustic session filmed in April and Become viral in a few weeks.
It must be said that it was a long time that the girlfriend of Bob Dylan and Martin Luther King had not written a song. And that she has obviously lost nothing of her militant fiber, nor lost anything from her pen.
“A man becomes wicked from head to foot”
“Nasty Man” refers to the expression used by Donald Trump during the presidential campaign to describe his opponent, Hillary Clinton, ” such a nasty woman,” “a woman so mean.” A smile on his lips, Joan Baez reminds him of the same: ” The villain of the playground is you.”
The singer also advises the President of the United States to consult a specialist for “serious psychological disorders”, and asks him to apologize ” to the whole earth “, especially for having promised a wall on the Mexican border.
“It’s not my best title, it’s just a little song about a man getting nasty from head to toe, but I hope it will make the listeners laugh,” the singer acknowledged in an interview Rolling Stone magazine.
Obviously, Donald Trump, who had a hard time finding artists to celebrate his investiture on January 20th at the Capitol, did not reconcile himself with the entertainment world, unleashed against a president in the antipodes of America ‘They embody in the world.