CNN recently aired an interview with White House Advisor Stephen Miller that ended with host Jake Tapper ending the interview early for "wasting his viewers' time." Miller was escorted off the set of CNN after ignoring multiple requests to leave the set, but President Donald Trump still saw the interview as some kind of victory.
Now of all the people to call him out on his frankly bullshit comments was Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst. Durst took a level-headed approach to his response and asks Donald to "stop this manipulation and raise the bar," while adding Trump isn't quite using his powers to "make our world better." Now we await our Fake News Award.
Durst joins other rock and metal musicians who have recently spoke out about the President, including Kerry King, Corey Taylor, Wes Borland, Randy Blythe, Body Count's Ice-T, Metallica's Kirk Hammett and Lars Ulrich (but not James Hetfield), Axl Rose, Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor and Tool's Maynard James Kennan.