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November Rain Is The “Greatest Music Video Of All Time” According To Donald Trump

President Donald Trump is apparently a huge fan of Guns N’ Roses’ epic November Rain video…

Despite Axl Rose calling Donald Trump a “a truly bad, repulsive excuse for a person”, the President of the United States is seemingly a pretty big Guns N’ Roses fan, not only using their music for rallies, but signalling out one release in particular as a favourite…

According to his former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders in her memoir Speaking For Myself, The Donald apparently told her and communications director Hope Hicks that Guns’ cinematic masterpiece November Rain was “the greatest music video of all time”, and he “made us watch it to prove his point, even though neither of us had disagreed”.

Read this: A probably far too forensic analysis of Guns N’ Roses’ November Rain video

Back in March, Trump famously visited a COVID-19 mask factory to the ironic sound of Guns’ Live And Let Die cover. At the factory, workers also reportedly played Survivor’s Eye Of The Tiger and Animals’ House Of The Rising Sun.

“I can think of no better metaphor for this presidency than Donald Trump not wearing a face mask to a face mask factory while the song Live And Let Die blares in the background,” joked U.S. TV host Jimmy Kimmel.

Later, the band launched their very own Live N’ Let Die With COVID 45 T-shirt, poking fun at the ridiculous situation.

Anyway, remind yourself just how damn good November Rain is below:

Posted on September 15th 2020, 5:23pm
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