Reporter Tries To Get Kid Rock To Trash Trump – He Unleashes The Beast In His Face

Reporter Tries To Get Kid Rock To Trash Trump – He Unleashes The Beast In His Face


As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation
service in the world, RWN offers the following information published by Fox News Kid Rock had a few choice words for a reporter
as the “All Summer Long” attended the signing of the Music Modernization Act by
President Donald Trump. The 47-year-old musician was seen walking
up the driveway to at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue when a reporter tried to shout a question
to him as he passed on his way to the West Wing When an unknown reporter asked if Rock thought
the president should fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the singer wasn’t having
any of the political games. Trending: YUGE! New York Times LIED About Right Wing News
– Lied To Cover Facebook Purge “He should fire you,” the singer, whose
real name is Robert Ritchie, yelled back as he walked by the reporter. Rock will continue his support of Trump when
he headlines a fundraising event on Wednesday for Republican Senate candidate John James,
who President Trump endorsed, in Pontiac, Michigan. The “Born Free” singer’s arrival comes
shortly before Trump is expected to meet with rapper Kanye West. West will discuss matters like prison reform,
the African American unemployment rate and the surge in violence in West’s hometown
of Chicago over lunch with Trump. Singer Kid Rock, Kanye West and other musicians
arrived at the White House Thursday for the signing of the Music Modernization Act. The Music Modernization Act ensures “artists
who released records prior to 1972 are paid royalties from digital services, and streamlining
the process for those services to obtain music-licensing rights,” the White House said. Kid Rock, a YUGE Trump supporter, got a little
snarky with a reporter as he was walking into the White House Thursday morning. “Kid Rock, should Trump fire Jeff Sessions?” yelled the reporter. ABC News reported: President Trump gives pen
used to sign Music Modernization Act to Sam & Dave’s Sam Moore, who is celebrating his
83rd birthday. “When Mr. Bush was in we couldn’t get
it done. When we had Mr. Obama in, we couldn’t get
it done. But we got it done with this man,” Moore
says.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *