We understand how you feel. We’re constantly ashamed of you.

58-year old Madonna had promised to give a bl** job to people who voted for Hillary.

(This may have, in fact, been a contributing factor in Hillary’s loss.)

During a Miami charity performance where the singer was raising funds for her charity in Malawi, Madonna couldn’t resist taking a few swipes at the President-Elect. She went so far as to say that she was ‘ashamed’ that she’s an American.

She was reviving the ‘Tears Of A Clown’ concert, an apt description of the singer’s feelings post-election.

Madonna sang a slowed-down version of the Britney Spears song ‘Toxic’ with images of Donald Trump on the screen behind her.

Watch her anti-Trump performance:

Madonna also claimed that she had once been in Donald Trump’s bed.

“Now don’t go jumping to conclusions because he wasn’t in that bed,” Madonna said. “He wasn’t anywhere near that bed. He wasn’t even in the room. I was just doing a photo shoot in Palm Beach for the Versace campaign in his house.” …

…“I just want to mention that his sheets were not 100 percent Egyptian cotton,” she continued. “Yes. Cheap slumlord. Here’s what I’m wondering: Do you think he’s going to have nice sheets in the White House? Here’s one thing I’m sure of. They won’t be Egyptian cotton because we all know how he feels about Muslims, don’t we?”

Then Madonna said the destruction of Native American land made her ashamed to be an American.

“It just really makes me feel ashamed — ashamed to be an American, ashamed to be a human being, really.”

Madonna was dressed in clown costumes throughout the entire evening.

“I love clowns because they run around trying so hard to make people laugh,” she explained to the audience. “And we need that, right? We need to laugh to survive, so I feel that clowns are deeply underrated and profoundly misunderstood.”
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And there she was… dressed as a clown.

Art really does imitate life.

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