Neil Young Calls Out Donald Trump’s Separation Policy During Show In Detroit

Neil Young took time out of his show at Detroit’s Fox Theatre on Wednesday to slam Donald Trump’s immigration policy.

The Canadian legend, 72, shared his support for the immigrant children who have been separated from their parents at the U.S. border following Trump’s separation policy.

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After adding Buffalo Springfield’s “I Am A Child” to his set list, Young said the children “are in the United States of America,” adding that “a lot of people are looking at that.”

Young continued his set, using the music to talk politics, with “Ohio,” “After The Gold Rush,” “Angry World,” “Love And War,” “Peaceful Valley Boulevard” and another Buffalo Springfield song, “Broken Arrow”.

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Before heading into his track, Young said: “Are you ready for the country? Because it’s time to go.”

Young will play at Quebec City’s Summer Festival on July 6 next.

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