Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst has stayed mum on recent politics, mostly using his social media for pictures of paneled station wagons. But now, he's spoken up in response to a recent tweet by President Trump. Trump's tweet regarded a recent interview with Jake Tapper of CNN and his administration's Stephen Miller, who he claims the CNN host "got destroyed." Durst responded, and asked Trump to "raise the bar."

"Please sir, just stop this manipulation and raise the bar," Durst said. "You have this wonderful opportunity to make our world better. We unmistakably need a role model and leader for the now, and the future. This isn’t the way."

Durst isn't alone in going after Trump as of late. Recently, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day set his sights on the president, calling for his impeachment. "This isn’t funny," he said. "This is our president acting like a madman drunk on power THREATENING to kill innocent starving people by way of nuclear war. The 25th amendment needs to be enforced. This man is sick and unfit for office. I don’t care if your liberal or conservative ... this has to stop . Please share #impeachtrump"

Guns N' Roses' Axl Rose also took aim, "Along with several other condescending adjectives the current WH has no room to call virtually anyone disgraceful," he tweeted, who quickly added, "The [White House] is the current U.S. gold standard of what can be considered disgraceful."

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