Roger Waters el líder de Pink Floyd tras la partida de Sid Barrett, arremetió contra el empresario Donald Trump.

Waters ofreció una entrevista a “Rolling Stone”, en la que no ocultó su disgusto con Trump, quien busca ser candidato a la presidencia de Estados Unidos por el Partido Republicano.

“Es el espíritu empresarial en su peor estado (…) es el epítome de todo lo que pueda considerarse malo”.

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“Me reí de él hasta que me di cuenta de la popularidad que tiene. Sus ideas no son tan aisladas como se cree. Trump es el excepcionalismo americano en su estado más loco, y desarrollado en un envoltorio de completa ignorancia. Es un cerdo ignorante, siempre lo fue y lo será”, lanzó el británico.

“Él tiene la ilusión de que es admirable en cierto punto, y para mí, representa todo lo que no es admirable de la sociedad norteamericana”, afirmó.

“I have [laughed] except it’s not funny that he’s as popular as he is,” Waters says. “His ideas [are] not outlandish at all. It’s American exceptionalism gone crazy and delivered under the umbrella of absolute ignorance. He is pig-ignorant and he always was and he always will be. He lives in the illusion that he’s admirable in some way. And obviously for somebody like me, he stands for everything that is not admirable in American society.”

Trump has been campaigning across the country with the slogan “Let’s Make America Great Again,” an idea Waters takes exception to. “‘It’s the worst possible slogan anybody could ever come up with,” he says. “It’s silly and disgusting as well, unless they wanted to hark back to the potential. If the Founding Fathers hadn’t been so up their own asses, they might have come up with a system that fell somewhere between republican democracy that was going to work and that had proper checks and balances to prevent it disintegrating into what it has become, which is a country for sale to the highest bidder with the Supreme Court at the top of it, who’s appointed by the highest bidder eventually.”

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