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Dixie Chicks Perform In Front Of Defaced Photo Of Donald Trump

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Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent

It’s safe to say the Dixie Chicks aren’t voting for Donald Trump.

Dixie Chicks Donald Trump

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While performing at a concert in Cincinnati, Ohio, this weekend, the all-female band performed in front of a photo of the Republican presidential candidate with drawn-on horns and facial hair. (RELATED: Simon Cowell Reveals Why Americans Are So Drawn To Donald Trump)

As they sang their song “Goodbye Earl” — which is about two women murdering one’s abusive husband — Trump dangled in the background.

In the past, the band’s lead singer, Natalie Maines, has made her feelings about Trump very clear. (RELATED: Obama Assures Hollywood: Donald Trump Will Not Be President)


The group faced backlash in the past when Maines said she was “ashamed” that then-president George Bush was from Texas.