Nairobi, January 20 A few hours to U.S. President-elect inauguration, voices of discord have continued to be aired from different corners.
The Trump win came as a surprise to many including political analysts and opinion poll experts.
Though Trump garnered a bigger margin win in the Electoral College votes, the win by Hillary Clinton in the popular vote left a polarized country.
Trump won the essential Electoral College vote by 304 against Clinton’s 227. However, Clinton had 48.2% popular vote win against Trump’s 46.1%. The utterances of the President-elect during the campaign trail made many feel that he would take a hard-stance on most affairs in contrast to Obama’s regime.
Among those who have aired their discontent with the Trump’s win is the American actress, singer, songwriter, and businesswoman, Madonna (Louise Ciccone). Throughout the campaign trail and even following Trump’s victory, Madonna has been an outspoken critic of the Billionaire politician.
In some of her televised remarks a few hours to Trump’s inauguration, Madonna could not hesitate from making remarks that seemed to hit Trump squarely below the belt. “He’s actually doing us a great service, because we have gone as low as we can go,” the superstar was quoted saying. “We can only go up from here, so what are we going to do? We have two choices, destruction and creation. I chose creation.” She added that Trump was elected “to show (us) how lazy and un-unified and lackadaisical and taking for granted we’ve become of our freedom and the rights that we have as Americans.”