Bruce Springsteen trolls Trump’s Australian call in the best way

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You might’ve heard the news that Donald Trump reportedly had a doozy of a conversation with Australia’s prime minister Malcolm Turnbull. While the Aussie leader had denied the phone call ended abruptly, that hasn’t stopped The Boss.

Bruce Springsteen opened his show in Melbourne, Australia, with an acoustic cover of The Orlons’ 1962 song “Don’t Hang Up” on Thursday. Trololol indeed.

“We stand before you, embarrassed Americans tonight … we’re going to use this [song] to send a letter back home,” Springsteen said.

He’s on it! @springsteen starts first Melbourne show “sending a message home” covering Don’t Hang Up for Trump v Turnbull pic.twitter.com/dV38VBXFaQ

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