WOW! Liberal Rocker Chrissie Hynde Praises Trump For Honoring Rush Limbaugh With Medal Of Freedom

Chrissie Hynde is the lead singer of the classic band “The Pretenders” and she is not a conservative.

In an amazing move, she recently praised President Trump for awarding conservative talk giant Rush Limbaugh with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Breitbart reports:

Singer Chrissie Hynde Praises Trump for Honoring Rush Limbaugh

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The Pretenders singer Chrissie Hynde praised President Donald Trump for honoring conservative radio icon Rush Limbaugh with the Presidential Medal of Freedom earlier this month. The singer added that her late father “loved listening to Rush,” and would have “enjoyed” the Trump presidency.

“An open letter to [President Trump], President of the United States,” began Hynde in a series of tweets. “Dear Mr. President. I often think of how much my father, Melville ‘Bud’ Hynde, who proudly served his country as a Marine on Guadalcanal, would have enjoyed your Presidency.”

The grammy-nominated singer went on to praise the president for honoring Limbaugh — despite her having differing political views.

“The other day when you gave that award to Rush Limbaugh, my father would have been so delighted,” said Hynde in a follow-up tweet. “He loved listening to Rush, which is why I allowed my song, ‘My City Was Gone’, to be used on his radio show.”

See Hynde’s tweets below:

As she mentioned, Rush has been using her song “My City Was Gone” as his intro music for years. Listen below:

Good for her for being an open minded and independent thinker.

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