Pearl Jam & Alice In Chains Members Along With Frances Bean Cobain March Against President Trump


Alice In Chains drummer Sean Kinney, Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready, and Frances Bean Cobain took part in the Womens March across the United States yesterday protesting President Donald Trump.

Madonna, Scarlett Johansson, Alicia Keys, and other celebrities took to the stage during the march. Madonna said she had thought ‘an awful lot’ about blowing up the White House, which would kill President Trump and his family. A secret service spokesman said an investigation would be opened regarding the threat, but that the decision to prosecute rests with the U.S. Attorney’s office.

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Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan appeared on Mancow last week.

Mancow discussed his concerns about President Trump possibly being assassinated, he asked Corgan if he had similar premonitions. Corgan said he did not have any premonitions about Trump being assassinated. Mancow then said that he thinks Trump is the boldest man ever elected President.

Mancow asked, “You’re a student of history, has there ever been anybody this bold, ever, elected President?”

“You could argue Abraham Lincoln. What I mean by that, because people will jump all over me in comparative history, but Lincoln did take on the institutions of the time and transformed them into the America that we now appreciate. Lincoln himself wasn’t the man he became at the end, I mean he transformed throughout his Presidency socially, politically. It’s a topic that people who rewrite history don’t want to hear about, the reasons that Lincoln got in the war, weren’t the reasons he finished the war.”