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Country Stars: Trump and Mass Shooting

country stars: Kendrick Lamar opened the show with a gun-rattling performance while country stars mourned victims of the country's largest mass shooting, according to The Chronicle Herald. These are the top moments of Sunday's Grammy Awards FIRE AND FURY The Grammy Awards didn't hold back in a pre-recorded skit aimed at President Trump, which featured a surprise appearance by Hillary Clinton and others reading embarrassing passages from the Trump tell-all Fire And Fury. Artists arrived on the red carpet with white roses to show support for female equality, but others skewered Trump or criticized his administration's treatment of immigrants with the Statue of Liberty serving as a backdrop. The skit featured musicians such as John Legend, Cher, Snoop Dogg and DJ Khaled reading portions of the book as an audition for the audio book. Predictably it was a hot topic on Twitter soon after, prompting United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley to post that the segment was trash. Rapper Cardi B added her own opinion after reading about Trump's regular routines, saying This is how he lives his life But it was Clinton's appearance that gathered the loudest applause from the crowd at Madison Square Garden. ( As reported in the news.