[Ed. – She also called him a big silly poopy-head.]
Barbra Streisand, 76, is releasing a new album, and if you’ve been living under a rock or on a distant planet and you haven’t heard her paroxysms of rage against President Trump the last two years, she wants to record them for posterity.
The Guardian conducted an obsequious interview with Streisand that revolved around her album, titled “Walls,” and it was full of the same bitter denunciations of Trump that have characterized Streisand as she slowly drifts into insignificance.
Streisand began by explaining how sophisticated her approach to slamming Trump was in the album, saying, “You have to write lyrics that can be more than just a protest. They have to appeal to a universal audience. Even when I wrote Don’t Lie to Me, at first I thought, well, I could make you think it’s like a love affair, a marriage breaking up. It’s a universal thought: don’t lie to me.”
Streisand, who is infamous for treating the people around her horribly or like hired help, continued, “I can’t bear the man. He’s a man with no manners! He doesn’t see his own flaws; he doesn’t know what he doesn’t know. You know? He has no humility.”