David Crosby: Shared dislike for Trump could reunite Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
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They can’t stand each other, but a founding member of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young says a shared, intense dislike for President TrumpDonald John TrumpDemocrats' CNN town halls exposed an extreme agenda Buttigieg says he doubts Sanders can win general election Post-Mueller, Trump has a good story to tell for 2020 MORE could ultimately get the estranged band back together.

“They’re all mad at me. But they all dislike Donald Trump very much, the same way I do,” David Crosby tells Billboard magazine of his former bandmates in an interview published Monday.

“We dislike [Trump] intensely because he’s a spoiled child who can’t do his job,” the 76-year-old “Wooden Ships” singer says.

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“So a reunion is possible. We don’t like each other, but we like Trump a whole lot less.”

Calling Trump a “wretched person,” Crosby says the president is “the worst kind of landlord; and a racist.”

“He’s done a lot of really bad stuff,” the songwriter and musician says.

Crosby also says he doesn’t want any Trump supporters to attend his concerts, telling the mag, “I don’t need them.”

At his music shows, Crosby says he doesn’t “just bash” Trump, but will “take him apart and hang him up by his thumbs.”

“I really, really, dislike the guy,” Crosby adds of Trump. “But at my concerts I come down pretty hard on most politicians. I have a very low opinion of politicians.”

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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young hasn’t released a new album since 1999.

It’s not the first time that the band's founding member has hinted at a possible reunion due to hostility towards the commander in chief.

In December, Crosby retweeted a Variety article with the headline: “Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Could Reunite — Because They Hate Trump More Than Each Other.”