As the downward spiral of Trent Reznor's career continues, the Nine Inch Nails frontman decided to differentiate himself from every other celebrity out there and insult President Donald Trump.
In an interview with the Village Voice, the musician spoke about the Trump administration and the state of the United States saying, “Clearly I find it…disheartening.”
He said that as a kid from the Rust Belt he feels deeply connected to that part of the country and can understand why people vote the way they do. “When you’re not in an urban environment, you often feel left out of the conversation, and I get that. I grew up in that.”
Reznor brought up talking about Trump with his kids, recalling when his six-year-old son asked him, “Donald Trump is a bad guy, isn’t he?”
“Look, I don’t think he’s a good guy. Some people do,” the industrial star replied. ““I don’t think he believes in science and I don’t think he believes people should be treated decently and I don’t think he tells the truth. That’s why I don’t like him.”
However, speaking with Village Voice, Reznor wasn't so quick to censor how he really feels. “It’s tough, because the president of the United States is a complete f*cking moron,” he told the website. “That’s what gets me the most — that he’s this vulgar, grotesque dope, everything I hate in people.”
It's almost like expects Trump to show everyone all the love in the world.