As President Trump visited an N95 cover producing plant in Phoenix on Tuesday. His visit through the office was joined by a head-scratching melodic soundtrack. The Paul McCartney-wrote "Live and Let Die," as performed by Guns 'N Roses.
The president and his escort were visiting a Honeywell plant. It delivers the veils, worn by clinical laborers to shield them from taking in the savage COVID-19 infection. Remaining close to a green canister loaded up with many covers. A strikingly un-face-veiled Trump viewed a worker fill in as the music segued from the Animals' "House of the Rising Sun" into the melody McCartney composed and recorded for the James Bond film of a similar name.
The ambient sounds for the visit likewise included Trump rally stalwarts. For example, Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the U.S.A." and Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger."
In a tweet, Jimmy Kimmel noted: "I can think about no preferable analogy for this administration over Donald Trump not wearing a face cover to a face veil production line while the tune 'Live and Let Die' blasts out of sight."
The melody's climatic impact of music showed up as a Honeywell delegate was disclosing to the president the manners. By which they cover material ensures against particulates. As he was doing as such, Rose could be heard yowling. "If this ever-changing world in which we live in/Makes you yield and cry/Say live and let kick the bucket."
It wasn't simply Kimmel bewildering the scene.
"Live and Let Die." That's the song that Trump had pumped into the mask factory during his visit. Seriously. Like, seriously.pic.twitter.com/zidsZhfxmu
— Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) May 6, 2020