Maybe it's time to rethink her position!
Jackie Evancho, who performed the National Anthem at Donald Trump's inauguration back in January, has revealed she would still sing for Drumpf despite his recent rolling back of transgender rights that directly affect her sister, Juliet.
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"Most definitely [I would sing for him again], because the reason why I did sing at the inauguration was not politics, it was for the honor and privilege to perform for my country. And that will stay the same, I think."
That's a nice sentiment — to do it for her country — but how can she support someone when he is so adamantly against the rights of Jackie's sister and other transgender people like her??? It doesn't really make sense.
Then again, Jackie is only 16, so maybe she can rethink and figure out her stance in the future.
It's obvious the teen feels strongly about transgender issues, however, as she tweeted at Drumpf on Wednesday asking to meet with him so she could tell him exactly how difficult it is for transgender students in schools.