By PopZette Staff | August 13, 2019

If there were any supporters of President Donald Trump in the audience recently during a Barbra Streisand concert in New York City … Well, never mind.

(The few who may have been there likely guessed what they would be getting into before they even walked in the door.)

The left-leaning celebrity, singer and actress couldn’t resist going after the president during her Madison Square Garden concert last week with the performance of a parody version of her iconic song, “Send in the Clowns.”

This one’s lyrics were quite a bit different, however.

They had one target in mind.

They had one agenda.

Here’s what she treated her mostly Democrat audience to with the lyrics to her parody song: “He says he’s rich/ Maybe he’s poor/ ‘Til he reveals his returns/ Who can be sure?/ Who is this clown?”

That last lyric threw the crowd into wild applause.

Then she went on: “Something’s amiss/ I don’t approve/ Now that’s he’s running the free world, where can we move?/ Maybe a town/ Just who is this clown?”

Then, in another verse, she ripped him with the moniker “a fraudulent twit,” as many outlets reported.

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After she finished singing her song, she lectured her appreciative audience from the stage.

“You know, that was meant to be a funny song,” she said.

“But what’s going on just isn’t very funny, because it would take me all night long to recite 11,000 lies. You know what I mean?”

“But there’s a line by Oscar Wilde that, uh, kind of describes this person,” she went on. “The line is: ‘He’s a man who knows the price of everything, but the value of nothing.’”

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This piece originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.

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