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Barbra Streisand’s New Song With “Subtle” References To Donald Trump Has Already Hit The Internet

Date September 28, 2018

Barbra Streisand’s new single “Don’t Lie to Me” has already turned a real hit all over the Internet. But did you know that her new song is directly relevant to Donald Trump?

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Streisand addressed to Trump in her new song

Barbra Streisand is a person of exceptional talent and she proves it every time when her next album is released.

In her new political song “Don’t Lie to Me,” Streisand gets rather emotional and highlights a number of important nationwide questions. In particular, the singer is questioning the country’s leader and pleading for change. 

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Yes, in case you missed it, in her new single, Streisand refers to the US President Donald Trump. Barbra told about it in her recent interview with Associated Press.

Streisand said she approached writing the song with “subtle” references to Trump:

I just can’t stand what’s going on. His assault on our democracy, our institutions, our founders… I think we’re in a war for the soul of America.

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Further in her interview, Barbra explained that via her song, she wanted to talk about the things that make her feel sad and heartbroken looking at what’s going on in the country today.

I’m a kind of fierce American. I don’t know who we are anymore as a country.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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You can enjoy Barbra Streisand’s new hit in the video below.

“Don’t Lie to Me”

So powerful and emotional! Great job, Barbra! You are the best as usual.

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