As indicated by different reports, Springsteen censured Trump again by conveying a 15-melody acoustic show at the White House as a last thank-you to President Barack Obama and his dedicated staff. The festivities took place inside the East Room on January 12, where the President of the United States and First Lady joined some 200-250 visitors for the most selective of gigs.
The show was a genuine individual thing, this thing for staff who relinquished such a great amount in the course of the most recent eight years. It was an unassuming, calm signal from Bruce to express profound gratitude to President Obama, the staff, and their families. No grandeur, no service, no press. Simply the man, the guitar, and the tunes.
Springsteen was apparently in a loquacious mind-set as he talked legislative issues amongst tunes, and sang Obama’s gestures of recognition. And all the old top choices turned out, from “Moving in the Dark” to “Thunder Road”, “Born in the U.S.A.,” “Long Walk Home,” and the set-nearer, “Land of Hope and Dreams”.
Near the end of the show, the president took the mic and expressed gratitude toward the entertainer. Obama informed his staff that Springsteen has been with them for quite a while, playing out his art to demonstrate his support. Springsteen isn’t new to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. He was close by to get the Presidential Medal of Freedom at an event in the White House last November and was purportedly welcomed to the Obamas’ farewell party a week ago.