Governance has evolved over the years and now critics are more vocal about their dissatisfaction with their presidents. Social media has also contributed to this as unhappy people can now easily call out their leaders without fear.
The American government has been shut down for close to three weeks now due to disagreements about building a border wall in the country. Workers have not been paid and it is starting to affect those with no other source of income.
Award winning rapper, Cardi B, took to her Instagram page to comment on the problem and many fans are quite impressed. In her short video, she explained that American president, Donald Trump, recently ordered federal government workers to go back to work despite not getting paid.
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The Bodak Yellow star quickly added that the situation should not be compared to what Obama did during his time because the government was shut down for 17 days for healthcare reasons.
The mother of one continued that her fans might not take the issue seriously but it is a big problem for people who have to go to work without getting paid. She also explained that America is in a hellhole at the moment.
See her video below:
Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that Trump earlier blasted African countries using vulgar language.
President Donald Trump on Thursday, January 11, 2018, referred to Haiti and African nations as "shithole countries" during a meeting with a group of senators at the White House, NBC News reports.
Trump reportedly asked the lawmakers: "Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?"
The remark, made during talks on an immigration deal, was allegedly in reference to people from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries.
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