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Green Day turns Trump’s photo into an ‘Ultimate Nimrod’ T-shirt – Rolling Stone

Green Day turns Trump’s photo into an ‘Ultimate Nimrod’ T-shirt – Rolling Stone

The first presidential photo was taken on Thursday. Less than two weeks after Donald Trump was indicted for the fourth time, the former president surrendered to authorities in Georgia, and was arrested, booked and photographed as part of his proceedings.

While Trump is already busy promoting his image on T-shirts and coffee mugs, the Green Day Hall of Fame trio decided to put the historic image to good use. The group that confronted George Bush and the war in Iraq in 2004 American idiot – They sell their own goods, which is very special Nimrod The album cover and swaps in a photo of Trump booked, with his face covered by the appropriate title.

The shirt, described by the band as the “ultimate Nimrod shirt,” is on sale for $35 and will benefit Greater Good Music, a grassroots organization that helps victims of the Maui fire.

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Good riddance. The Ultimate Nimrod shirt is only available for 72 hours. written on it Green Day on their Instagram account. Proceeds from the limited edition shirt will be donated to T̶h̶e̶ ̶G̶i̶u̶l̶i̶a̶n̶i̶ ̶L̶e̶g̶a̶l̶ ̶D̶e̶f̶e̶n̶s̶e̶ ̶F̶u̶n̶d̶ @greatergoodmusiccharitywhich provides food to those affected by the Maui wildfires.

Green Day spoke with Rolling Stone In 2017, just a few months after Trump’s inauguration, they discussed their music and the political climate at the time. “I feel like the government is trying to create a culture war between us in many ways. They’re trying to mediate between your average citizens based on the red and blue. I think we’re in crisis mode right now,” said frontman Billy Joe Armstrong. “For me, it’s important to go back to how I feel. Basically when I’m American. We all come from different backgrounds, but we come together and create this world. It is a microcosm of the rest of the world. I want people to feel alone when they come to the show. Meanwhile, I will not hesitate to say how I feel [Trump] and its management.”

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