Coronavirus: A dig at Trump? Guns N’ Roses release Live And Let Die T-shirts

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Guns N’ Roses have actually launched a Live And Let Die coronavirus Tee shirts to raise funds for artists, in an evident dig at Donald Trump.

Emblazoned with the words “Live N’ Let Die with COVID 45″, the garment was revealed on the band’s website and social media on Wednesday.

It comes a week after Mr Trump, the 45 th president of the United States, went to the Honeywell factory in Arizona, where masks are being made to assist throughout the coronavirus pandemic, however did not use one himself – in spite of requirements at the plant that employees utilize them.

As the president looked quizzically at N95 masks, a Guns N’ Roses cover of Live And Let Die roared out of the speakers, obviously played by factory employees.

Mr Trump stated he had actually been encouraged that he did not need to use a mask, and others were likewise envisioned without them while on the go to.

Guns N’ Roses have actually now released their T-shirts, priced at $25 (₤2050), which will be prepared in June.

They state all earnings will go to MusiCares, which assists people associated with the music market in times of need.

Vocalist Axl Rose has actually been outspoken about his contempt for Mr Trump’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Live And Let Die plays throughout Trump factory go to

Today he retweeted a post from governmental prospect Joe Biden, stating: “Donald Trump just doesn’t understand: We have an economic crisis because we have a public health crisis – and we have a public health crisis because he failed to act.”

Previously in May, he explained United States Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin as an “a******” on Twitter.

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Guns N’ Roses just recently revealed they would be rescheduling European trip dates due to the coronavirus pandemic, composing on social media: “Unfortunately, the upcoming European trip will not be taking place.

” Things are altering everyday and we wish to keep our fans, team members and band safe.

” We are striving with our promoters, cities and locations/countries on next actions and will make additional statements as soon as we can.

” Thank you for your persistence, we will survive this together and anticipate seeing you all extremely soon …”

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