EXCLUSIVE: Donald Trump praises Afroman’s new song torching Hunter Biden: ‘So great!’

"So great!" Trump said of the new runaway hit.

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
Donald Trump has reacted to the new hit song from Afroman, "Hunter Got High," out from Baste Records, signing an article about the song, saying "So great!"

Photo obtained by The Post Millennial.

The song, which hit the top of the iTunes charts, details the exploits of first son Hunter Biden, who has faced controversy over his drug use, gun purchases, and an affair with his brother's widow.

The article signed by Trump quotes Afroman as saying that he hopes to perform the hit track at Trump rallies during the election season. "I might really be back," he told Newsweek. "This one might take me to the stratosphere. I might be singing it at some Trump rallies."

"Andrew Breitbart once said that 'politics is downstream from culture,'" said Matt Azrieli, founder of Baste Records. "President Trump’s endorsement of Afroman’s new hit single is a sign that we are well on our way to making America great again."

The song is a parody of Afroman's hit from 2000. "He was going to get his laptop fixed, but Hunter got high," Afroman sings. "He wasn't gonna show all them d*ck pics, but Hunter got high (La-da-da-da), He shoulda let Hillary bleach the whole hard drive. But Hunter got high (Hey), Hunter got high, Hunter got high." 

The song mocks Biden's sexual exploits as well as the president's remark that his son is the "smartest man" he knows, which is odd since Hunter has never had a notable career success that did not hinge on the use of the family name.

"He was gonna go visit his dad, but Hunter got high (Ooh). He thought he had a secret stash, but Hunter got high (La-da-da-da). The White House got shut down, we all know why (Come on, man, yeah). Hunter got High, Hunter got High, Hunter got High," the song goes on.  

"Some people are above the law while regular people have to obey it. When you lay the facts out about Hunter, it's just a little funny, so we wrote a parody song to have fun with life and politics," Afroman said. 

The video has over 1.6 million views on YouTube.
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