Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst Calls Out Trump For 'Manipulation'

Fred Durst

Fred Durst has stayed out of the political fray for much of his career, but President Trump's latest Twitter attack on CNN host Jake Tapper seems to have been too much for the Limp Bizkit frontman.

"Please sir, just stop this manipulation and raise the bar," Durst wrote in response to Trump's claim that senior political adviser Stephen Miller "destroyed" Tapper and CNN in a heated interview. 

"You have this wonderful opportunity to make our world better. We unmistakably need a role model and leader for the now, and the future," Durst continued. "This isn’t the way."

Miller, who came on Tapper's show to defend the Trump administration (and the President himself) against the salacious claims raised Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury, was eventually cut off by Tapper when he refused to answer relevant questions. 

No response yet from Trump, but we wouldn't be surprised if he starts to Break Stuff.

 
 

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