President Donald Trump was captured jamming out to singer-songwriter Oliver Anthony’s viral working-class anthem “Rich Men North of Richmond” in a 53-second video clip posted on TikTok.
The clip showed Trump surrounded by onlookers as the music for the song began.
“This guy was in a bus. Now he’s in a plane,” Trump said into a microphone as the song played.
Several onlookers yelled with approval once they recognized the song.
Those who stood near Trump sang along to the viral hit as Trump began waving his hands like an orchestral conductor.
Trump then bobbed his head a few times as he moved back and forth to the music.
As Trump probaly knows, “Rich Men North of Richmond” is a song that has struck a chord with many suffering under “Bidenomics.”
Here is a reminder of the lyrics:
I’ve been sellin’ my soul, workin’ all-day
Overtime hours for bull**** pay
So I can sit out here and waste my life away
Drag back home and drown my troubles away
The song then targets Washington D.C. elites:
These rich men north of Richmond
Lord knows they all just wanna have total control
Wanna know what you think, wanna know what you do
And they don’t think you know, but I know that you do
The song is soaked in working-class anguish and anti-establishment rage, which has captured the sentiment of many worldwide.
“Rich Men North of Richmond” topped both U.S. and global music charts in August.
Anthony has insisted that “Rich Men North of Richmond” was not intended for any particular political audience.
When Fox News played the song at the first Republican presidential debate, Anthony appeared amused by the irony.
It is worth noting that Trump skipped that first debate.
More recently, Anthony warned that the United States wouldn’t last for more than another generation unless the country changes course.
“You know, talking to their neighbors again and their coworkers and just trying to find similarities with each other instead of division—that’s really all I want,” Anthony told Fox News…
“If we continue on the path we’re going down now, culturally, we won’t have a country very long. Five years? Fifty years I don’t know,” Anthony said.
“I mean, I don’t see our country lasting more than another generation the way we’re headed. We gotta go back to the roots of what made this country great in the first place, which was our sense of community.”
As the Constitution faces total destruction in the wake of radical leftists seeking to destroy America, Oliver Anthony is one of those people fighting back.