Madonna has lost her mind. In a stunning interview that is meant to be her comeback attempt, she fancies herself a freedom fighter and you guessed it, she is fighting Trump.
She said her mission is to ‘spread the gospel of love and anti-discrimination — fighting misogyny, homophobia, racism, guns, the rise of authoritarianism.’
She went on to trash Trump saying he had a weak character who was removing all our personal freedoms.
From The Hill: Madonna is slamming President Trump, calling him a classic alpha male who bullies others out of insecurity.
“They’re overcompensating for how insecure they feel,” the “Madame X” singer tells The New York Times Magazine of people like Trump in a wide-ranging profile published Wednesday.
“A man who is secure with himself, a human who is secure with themselves, doesn’t have to go around bullying people all the time,” the 60-year-old Grammy winner says.
The president, says Madonna, is someone “who seemed to be systematically removing all of our personal freedoms.”
The mononymous performer knocked down a 1991 claim from someone purportedly representing Trump that she had asked the then-New York real estate developer out on a date. But she said she did chat with Trump on the phone decades ago.
“I did a Versace campaign with Steven Meisel at his house in Palm Beach,” recalls Madonna. “[Trump in phone calls] kept going: ‘Hey, is everything OK? Finding yourself comfortable? Are the beds comfortable? Is everything good? Are you happy?’”
Madonna was a fervent Hillary Clinton supporter during the 2016 White House race, making headlines in the weeks before the election for publicly pledging to perform oral sex on voters who cast their ballots for the Democratic presidential nominee.
The chart-topper also weighed in on Harvey Weinstein in Wednesday’s piece, saying the former Hollywood mega producer “crossed lines and boundaries and was incredibly sexually flirtatious and forward with me when we were working together; he was married at the time, and I certainly wasn’t interested.”
“I was aware that he did the same with a lot of other women that I knew in the business. And we were all, ‘Harvey gets to do that because he’s got so much power and he’s so successful and his movies do so well and everybody wants to work with him, so you have to put up with it,’” Madonna says of Weinstein, who distributed her 1991 documentary, “Truth or Dare.”