Israel critic Roger Waters slams Trump, Pena Nieto in Mexico City gig

By REUTERS
October 2, 2016 23:14

 
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A man who knows a thing or two about walls, legendary rocker Roger Waters, rocked Mexico City Saturday evening.

The 73-year old former bassist and vocalist for legendary British rock band Pink Floyd was performing the first of his three concerts. On stage in front of 200,000 concert attendees, Waters addressed the various political winds sweeping through Mexico of late during his act at the Foro Sol venue.

Over the course of two hours, Waters and his backups performed Pink Floyd classics like "Brain Damage."

And over the course of the evening, he took on both US Presidential candidate, Donald Trump, and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto. 


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