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Thursday, October 08, 2015

Spanish singer vows not to vote for Donald Trump

It is a Rolling Stone story so it may or may not be true, but Spaniard Julio Iglesias dumped on Donald Trump. The whole world is an expert on United States politics, don't you know. Like Trump or not, the absurd rudeness of guests in our country trying to run our elections is an ingratitude we should not accept.

From Rolling Stone:
Donald Trump and Julio Iglesias engaged in a war of words in the press Wednesday after the singer said he'd no longer perform in casinos owned by the billionaire presidential candidate. The singer called Trump a "clown" after saying "sorry to clowns" in an interview with the Spanish-language La Vanguardia, according to The New York Times. Although Iglesias was born in Spain, he titled his most recent album Mexico, a country that's been the target of many Trump rants since he announced his candidacy.
"I will never again play in his casinos," the singer said, saying that Trump's position on immigration wasn't correct. "I don't want to hurt the immigrants all over the world, and there are many casinos I can play that aren't owned by Mr. Trump."
The billionaire responded in a short statement: "Good, I don't like his voice or his performances anymore, anyhow!"
In the interview, Iglesias shrugged off the notion that he was bringing up Trump for publicity. "I'm maybe the biggest Latino artist in history," he said. "If you think that I need that now, that's wrong."
Soooooooooooo, this non-citizen wants America to dump its immigration laws, despite the fact that both his country -- Spain -- and Mexico have draconian anti-immigration laws.

But like I said, it is the Rolling Stone, a publication known for making stories up.


  1. I'm just sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo not bummed about this. Publicity seems too likely a motive.

  2. If Trump wins the nomination and then the election, will Julius Iglesias promise to leave America? Pretty please?

  3. Last I looked, non-citizens can't vote, but this is the Obamanation.

  4. I am sure that both of his fans in this country will be deeply influenced.