Hillary Clinton Won the Grammys by Roasting Trump's Fast Food Habits

Hillary Clinton Won the Grammys by Roasting Trump's Fast Food Habits

In an introduction, host James Corden speculated that at the 2019 Grammys, Trump would probably be the subject of a spoken-word album nominated for a Grammy.

The president's son, Donald Trump Jr., quickly responded on Twitter, writing, "Getting to read a #fakenews book excerpt at the Grammys seems like a great consolation prize for losing the presidency".

"Trump won't read anything". Hils is reading a passage that describes how the president likes to eat McDonald's because he's scared that his food will get poisoned elsewhere.

Corden cut Clinton off in the middle of her reading a passage about Trump's love for McDonald's, and then the two exchanged a few words about how Clinton was ideal for the job.

A pre-taped bit during the ceremony featured Cardi B, Cher, and even Hillary Clinton reading from the book.

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Hillary Clinton reads from "Fire and Fury" in a skit for the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.

But there was one surprise reader who stole the show with her reading.

While many appeared to enjoy the comedic skit, others - such as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley - felt it ruined the show.

While chuckles from the live New York City audience could be heard upon Clinton's appearance, not everyone was amused. We're certainly not one of those "stick to music" people, mostly because music and politics and everything else are all interwoven in their own unique ways.

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