Hillary Clinton, reading 'Fire and Fury,' makes a Grammys cameo


While Clinton's cameo received loud applause at the music awards show in New York City, the crowd received backlash on Twitter for cheering for her after the Times report.

He tweeted: 'Getting to read a #fakenews book excerpt at the Grammys seems like a great consolation prize for losing the presidency.

Snoop Dogg, DJ Khaled and Cardi B also read excerpts from the book during the fake auditions. "#GrammyAwards", he wrote Sunday. "One reason why he likes to eat at McDonald's", Clinton read.

Hillary Clinton made a surprise cameo at the 2018 Grammy Awards, but rather than talking politics she chose to get a little petty. James immediately cuts her off and tells her she's got the gig - and the 2019 Grammy.

Donald Trump Jr. quickly denounced Clinton's jab at his father: "The more Hillary goes on television the more the American people realize how awesome it is to have @realDonaldTrump in office #GrammyAwards2018".

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British Prime Minister Theresa May had also denounced the president endorsement of those Islamophobic videos. Trump's retweets of the videos posted by Fransen sparked global outrage.

Clinton recorded the segment near her home on Friday, the Grammys producer added. US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley fired off a tweet on Sunday night shortly after the bit aired. Still, it's not only unseemly for the losing candidate to continue taking shots at the victor (albeit not as much as the victor continuing to take shots at the loser) but it seems incredibly self-defeating for the Grammys to consciously alienate half the country by organizing a political stunt that has nothing to do with music.

Haley took to the radio waves on Thursday to state that talk started by the book is "by no means evident", alluding to a detail in "Flame and Fury" that asserts that she carried on an issue with President Trump.

"I can't believe this", she said.

Cabello introduced a pre-recorded performance by the band U2, who sang their song "Get Out of Your Own Way" on a barge in the NY harbor with the State of Liberty, the beacon that welcomed millions of immigrants to their new lives in the U.S.in the background.