Bizarre: Watch Trump Reading Famous Soul Song Lyrics to His Crowds
Donald Trump likes guns, steaks, large buildings with his name on them...and poetry. After protesters got Trump’s Chicago rally canceled, the Republican frontrunner decided to take an alternative approach: He read aloud the lyrics of “The Snake,” a song and single performed by American singer Al Wilson in 1968 and written by Oscar Brown in 1963. The lyrics tell a story inspired by Aesop’s fable, "The Farmer and the Viper," the story of a trusting woman who is tricked by a snake she invites into her home.
Trump compared the snake with refugees from Syria. “Think of this poem in terms of terrorists,” Trump announced to a Kansas City crowd earlier this week.
...and Missouri (dubbed with a beautiful Quranic recitation):