Barack Obama’s Final White House Party Will Be One Everyone Will Remember!
President Barack Obama, over his eight years as the President of the United States, has gained a lot of enemies, politically as well as personally.
But it has become very clear which is the best side to be on. The current presidential couple have announced some of the guests attending the last party being held in the White House before the president elect moves in. Known now as the last “grown up” party, stars such as actors Bradley Cooper and Samuel L. Jackson, as well as Star Wars directors George Lucas and JJ Abrams.
What Trump needs to realize is that he needs musicians to perform at his inauguration. So far he has the Mormon Tabernacle Choir (which is mind-bogglingly vague), and Jackie Evancho, a finalist from America’s Got Talent. Certain music artists have chosen not to perform out of principle, such as John Legend, Andrea Bocelli, Elton John, and many others.
This is where being genuine friends with President Obama comes in handy: At the aforementioned party, there are some artists that have confirmed their attendance such as Beyonce, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, and Chance the Rapper. It’s expected that a lot of Trump’s supporters would be appreciative of a performance from Paul McCartney or Bruce Springsteen, but that seems to be out of the question at this point.
One group of performers that wouldn’t care to perform but are contractually obligated to are the Rockettes. Owner of the group and owner of the New York Knicks James Dolan made a donation to the Trump campaign in September, as well as several Republican state governments around the States. Dolan claimed that the Rockettes’ performance at the presidential inauguration has nothing to do with his political preference. We would hope so, given his history of donations to the Hillary campaign in 2007.
What Trump should do now is throw his own inauguration party: Invite all of his friends from the Apprentice (which Arnold Schwarzenegger has begun hosting), cater in some food, etc. And what entertainment would he have to offer? Better hope he can rope in Enrique Iglesias for the night.