Children’s musician Raffi Cavoukian says he won't shy away from criticizing President TrumpDonald John TrumpActivists highlight Trump ties to foreign autocrats in hotel light display Jose Canseco pitches Trump for chief of staff: ‘Worried about you looking more like a Twinkie everyday’ Dershowitz: Mueller's report will contain 'sins' but no 'impeachable offense' MORE, saying “you have to fight fascism with everything you’ve got.”

The 70-year-old singer behind kids' classics like “Baby Beluga,” “Down by the Bay” and “The More We Get Together” said he uses his platform to “speak my truth," according to an interview with Fatherly published Wednesday. 

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“You know, I keep my voice in the public sphere to social media these days. I don’t politicize my concerts and I don’t even think of myself as an activist,” Cavoukian said. “But, if you care about democracy, if you care about a free society, if you care about fair elections, how can you not get involved these days?"

“You have to fight fascism with everything you’ve got,” he added.

Cavoukian was originally born in Cairo, Egypt, to parents of Armenian descent and became a multiplatinum selling recording artist in the 1970s. He now lives in Canada but is an avid follower of American politics.

He often insults the president on Twitter, calling him “vile,” “racist” and “cruel.”

The children’s entertainer also frequently shares support for Democrats and Sen. Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersOcasio-Cortez on call to run for president: ‘How about … no’ GOP-controlled Senate breaks with Trump on Saudi vote Amazon workers in Staten Island launching campaign to unionize MORE (I-Vt.) on Twitter.

Cavoukian even wrote a song to support Sanders’s bid during the 2016 Democratic presidential primary entitled “Wave of Democracy.”

“He’s an extraordinary public servant,” Cavoukian told the Los Angeles Times about the song. “He has a consistent record for being there for the struggles of working middle-class families. I was really inspired when he started his presidential run.”