Rock Star Mick Jagger Takes a Shot at Donald Trump

Some of the biggest A-list celebrities in the world are more than happy to take shots at Donald Trump. While the 45th President has always been desperate for the support of entertainment's biggest stars, but he mostly gets the backing of C and D listers. 

Robert DeNiro frequently talks about how much he hates Trump. So does Bruce Springsteen, who Trump claims secretly votes for him. And the latest massive star to slam Trump is Rolling Stones' frontman Mick Jagger. 

Jagger was in New Jersey last night to play a sell-out show at MetLife Stadium. Trump was holding a poorly attended rally in the Bronx close by. The rock star told the audience, "I was a bit worried about the weather tonight. I thought we were going to get a Stormy Daniels but we’re all right."

This isn't the first Republican politician who Jagger has slammed on his current tour. During an appearance at Jazz Fest in New Orleans, he made a dig at Governor Jeff Landry saying

"We're a welcoming crowd aren't wel? I hope Mr. Landry is enjoying the show. He's real inclusive you know. He's trying to take us back to the Stone Age."

Landry took the dig better than Trump would have. He responded by tweet, "You can’t always get what you want. The only person who might remember the Stone Age is @MickJagger. Love you buddy, you’re always welcome in Louisiana!"