- 18 Nov 22
The singer made her statement after Trump announced his bid for 2024 re-election.
Ariana Grande took to her Instagram story to denounce former US President Donald Trump after he announced that he would run again in 2024.
Trump announced his plan to run for the 2024 presidency on Tuesday, the 15th of November at the Mar-a-Lago Hotel in Florida. He claimed he could "make America great and glorious again."
Grande shared a post from activist Instagram account @so.informed to draw attention to Trump's many faults. "Reminder: Donald Trump is the only President in the history of the United States to have been impeached twice. Trump is also in the middle of a series of investigations and lawsuits in several states across the country... He is currently under federal investigation for removing classified material from the White House upon leaving office.
“He is also under investigation in New York State in two separate cases – one civil and one criminal – involving fraud committed by the Trump Organisation. In Georgia he is under investigation for his role in attempting to overturn the 2020 election results.
“And, if all of that isn’t enough, Trump just last week sued the House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol to avoid cooperating with a subpoena requiring him to testify," the post read.
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The Positions singer shared another post from the same account that encouraged users to "reject [Trump] with everything you have."
This is far from the first time Grande has spoken against Trump. In her 2018 music video thank u, next, she sent a sly message to the then-President. Dressed as Legally Blonde's Elle Woods, the singer read entitled Immigration and Refugee Law and Policy, along with other legal texts.
Grande also shared a post right when Trump was elected in 2016, which reads "We just have to stick together right now. Let's please be active and vocal every day toward making each other feel accepted and loved for our differences."