Check Out Chuck Schumer's Anti-Trump Playlist, Featuring Beyoncé and Springsteen

If you're not a fan of President Donald Trump, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has a special playlist for you. In celebration - or rather commiseration - of The Donald's 100th day in the Oval Office, Senator Schumer (D-New York) shared a satirical singing telegram for via Spotify.

Schumer tweeted out the list on Saturday, telling supporters that the 32 songs have helped him weather Trump's presidency thus far.

The playlist includes songs by some of Trump's loudest critics in the music industry, from Stevie Wonder (You Haven't Done Nothin' and He's Misstra Know-It-All), to Beyoncé (Beautiful Liar) and Bruce Springsteen (American Land).

Other songs include The Who's 'Won't Get Fooled Again', Smokey Robinson & The Miracles' 'Tears of a Clown' and Loverboy's 'Working for the Weekend' - in honor of Trump's many trips to Mar-a-Lago since moving into the White House.

Our only complaint is that Senator Schumer only dedicated 32 songs to the 45th president. He could've added 13 more by including Green Day, Snoop Dogg and other musicians who have spoken out against Trump since the 2016 election. In fact, given how many artists have spoken out against President Trump, it might be difficult to pare down the playlist to just 45 songs in another 100 days.

Check out the playlist below and let us know what songs you'd add to the lineup.

h/t Rolling Stone


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