At a recent concert at Olympic Stadium in Munich, Germany, rocker Bruce Springsteen held up a large pair of signs for the audience to see that disparaged presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump with a profane message.
Springsteen and the E Street Band were playing the encore song “Dancing in the Dark” when, after his traditional dance with a female fan, Springsteen beckoned for a pair of signs being held high in the crowd to be passed up to him.
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Springsteen held the signs side by side for the cameras so they could be seen on the concert’s giant video screens: “Fuck Trump, We Want to Dance With the Boss.” The audience of 57,000 responded with loud cheers.
Springsteen played concerts in support of Democratic party presidential nominees John Kerry in 2004 and Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012.
The U.S. political press has yet to report on Springsteen’s profane overseas trashing of Trump at his June 17 concert in Munich.
Springsteen last made political news by abruptly cancelling a concert in Greensboro, North Carolina just days before the date of the show in protest of the state’s law protecting women and girls from perverted men trying to use women’s bathrooms.