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English singer-songwriter has denied that he will perform at Trumps inauguration in US Washington, in January.

Shielding a performance by John, 69, would have been a long shot: He performed at a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton, Trump’s opponent, last month. John, a longtime activist and the founder of the Elton John AIDS Foundation, has been an outspoken critic of Trump’s. He said that possibility of trump winning, made him “fear for the world”

“He’ll marginalize people; he’s already doing it,” John said.

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Anthony Scaramucci, the member of the presidential transition team, told the BBC in “Hardtalk” program the singer would be performing for the upcoming inauguration to show “our commitment to gay rights.”

Anthony Scaramucci, the member of the presidential transition team, told the BBC in “Hardtalk” program the Rocket Man singer would be performing for the upcoming inauguration to show “our commitment to gay rights.”

But Fran Curtis, the publicist for the British singer, issued a strong denial by email:“Incorrect. He will NOT be performing.

John also objected when Trump played his ‘Rocket Man’ and ‘Tiny Dancer’ songs without permission during rallies and campaign appearances earlier this year, saying that any use of his music “should not be seen as an endorsement of Donald Trump.

 

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