Sir James Paul McCartney disclosed in a recent conference that was targeting President Trump in his new solo album, dubbing him the “mad captain” in one of his songs.
During an interview with BBC published Thursday, the former Beatles bandmate said he took swipes at various climate-change opposers, such as president Trump, in a song called “Despite Repeated Warnings,” on his new album, “Egypt Station,” which was released earlier this month.
The track includes verses like “despite repeated warnings of dangers up ahead, the captain will not be noticing what has been said” and “all those who make a lot of noise may not always be the smartest.”
McCartney said that he made the track to “basically say, ‘occasionally, we’ve got a mad captain sailing this boat we’re all in, and he’s just going to take us to the iceberg, despite being warned, it’s not a cool idea.’”According to the hill.
When forced throughout the interview about who exactly was in his mind when he thought of the words “mad captain,” McCartney answered, “Well I mean, obviously it’s Donald Trump.”
“But I don’t involve myself because there’s plenty of them,” he added, while noting that Trump is “not the only one” either.
Trump has denied climate change, and has claimed it was “created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing noncompetitive.”
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