President Donald Trump visited a mask factory yesterday in Phoenix, AZ and naturally, the President did not wear a mask. I don't believe he's been wearing a mask at all in the last two months, and he wasn't going to wear one while touring a mask factory. But that's not the story here.
Whoever had control of the music clearly is a fan of irony, because they decided to blast Guns N Roses' 1991 cover of the classic "Live and Let Die" over the PA system as Trump did his tour.
And, when I say blasted, I mean blasted. Listen to this audio:
They blasted “Live and Let Die” while Trump walked around a Honeywell plant today in Arizona without a mask. It’s hard to believe this clip is real. pic.twitter.com/M1dMe8KaMK
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) May 5, 2020
They are also, somewhat inappropriately, blasting 'Live and let die' over the factory sound system pic.twitter.com/A11qkUla2F
— Zach Purser Brown (@zachjourno) May 5, 2020
While Axl Rose has previously blasted Trump for using GNR music at his political rallies, I'm betting he doesn't mind the use here. Axl is clearly not a fan of Trump, but yet very much a fan of social distancing.