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Two Country Music Stars Mock Trump, Get IMMEDIATE Karma from Fans!

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At the recent Country Music Awards, the word was given that politics would be a topic to avoid, especially considering the tension and division in the country right now.

However, country music superstars Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood either didn’t get the memo, or just didn’t care, because they made sure to clearly reference President Trump in a less-than-flattering song.

The two mocked the president in a parody of another song, which was reworded to insult Trump’s tweeting habits.

WT reports: The 10-time hosts said producers required the show to be a “politics-free zone” this year before making jokes at expense of political figures from both parties, including President Donald Trump.

Paisley, strapped with his guitar, playfully asked if that meant he’d be barred from performing such songs as “Hold Me Closer, Bernie Sanders” and “Stand By Your Manafort.” Underwood and Paisley then proceeded with a parody of her 2005 hit “Before He Cheats,” reconfigured as “Before He Tweets.”

The fans, however didn’t find the song to be in good taste, and voiced their displeasure on social media.

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