Sunday, 20 November 2016

Donald Trump demands an apology from the Hamilton cast for confronting VP-elect Mike Pence

President-elect Donald Trump on
Saturday criticized the cast of
‘Hamilton’ for confronting vice
president-elect Mike Pence when he
attended the Broadway show,
Hamilton, Friday night. When the
former Indiana governor took his
seat at the show, the audience
booed him.
At the end of the show, Mike Pence
got up to leave while actor Brandon
Victor Dixon was giving credits, the
actor noticed Mike Pence get up
and stopped him to deliver a
message.
Dixon read a statement reportedly
drafted by Lin-Manuel Miranda, the
creator of “Hamilton,” with input
from cast members. The statement
emphasized the diversity of the
show’s actors and their broad
concerns about the Trump
administration.
.
He said:
“Vice President-elect Pence, I see
you walking out but I hope you
will hear us, just a few more
moments. There’s nothing to boo
here, ladies and gentlemen,”
“Vice President-elect Pence, we
welcome you and we truly thank
you for joining us here at
‘Hamilton: An American Musical’
— we really do. We sir — we —
are the diverse America who are
alarmed and anxious that your
new administration will not
protect us, our planet, our
children, our parents, or defend
us and uphold our inalienable
rights, sir. But we truly hope that
this show has inspired you to
uphold our American values, and
to work on behalf of all of us. All
of us. Again, we truly thank you
for sharing in this show, this
wonderful American story told by
a diverse group of men and
women of different colors, creeds
and orientations.”
Well said. And the crowd agreed
and clapped ..
Donald Trump this morning, took to
his twitter page to criticize the cast
for confronting Mike.

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