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The Dixie Chicks are not afraid to speak their minds.

That is — when it comes to talking politics.

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On June 1 during their first U.S. DCX MMXVI World Tour stop in Cincinnati, the trio turned heads when they poked fun at 2016 Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump. Jamming out to their twisted, comedic hit, “Goodbye Earl,” the Chicks flashed a giant on-screen image of Donald sporting a scribbled on pair of devil horns, a goatee and a villain mustache.


And of course, it got people talking.

Earlier this year, Dixie Chicks frontwoman Natalie Maines joked about Donald on Twitter, when she tweeted out “As long as Donald Trump’s decisions for America are as solid as his decision about his hair, we’re in good shape.”

While the three-some seems to be having a little bit of fun with the upcoming presidential election, they are no strangers to raising eyebrows with their opinions.

You may recall an event that sparked a controversial outrage back in 2003. It was then that Dixie Chicks frontwoman Natalie Maines made some bold comments about George W. Bush’s decision to invade Iraq saying, “We don’t want this war, this violence, and we’re ashamed that the President of the United States is from Texas.”


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Needless to say, the group almost lost their country music career over it.

But, whether or not you support the Chicks’ daring nature one thing is certain, they can sure put on a good show!

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