Roger Waters Criticizes Trump and Mexican President

"We don't want a wall," Waters said.

Roger Waters criticized Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the first of three concerts in Mexico City.

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During his set Wednesday night (Sept. 28), Waters projected an offensive name in Spanish on the stage behind him. Then he took aim at Trump for his plan to build a wall along the border between the U.S. and Mexico.

“We don’t want a wall that separates us from our sister, our mother earth, or from each other,” Waters said.

Trump wasn’t the only one in Waters’ cross-hairs. The singer also criticized Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, blaming his administration for the thousands of people who have gone missing since Mexico’s drug war began in 2006.

“Mr. President … Where are they? What happened to them?” Waters said.

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