Sunday, 12 February 2017
Country Legend Loretta Lynn: Women's March Needed To Show "More Class"; Says To "Let Trump Do His Job"
This is interesting.
Country legend Loretta Lynn is nominated for a Grammy tonight for Best Country Album, but won't be in attendance.
The 84 year old recently spoke out about the annual awards show, but also took a moment to address what everyone else is talking about:
President Trump and the recent Women's March.
Starting with the Women's March, Lynn took aim at Madonna and Ashley Judd:
"I think a march is fine," she says. "But I thought that Madonna and Ashley Judd ... they got a little too far out. They should have done it with more class. For God's sake, march if you want to, but do it with class."
This nugget about Trump:
"I think they ought to leave him alone and let him do his job. That's what I think. He's up there and he's the president. They need to help him, not hinder him. Everybody ought to pitch in and help, do everything they can to help the man."