Raury Wears Anti-Trump Shirt to Perform on 'Colbert' Right After Trump Interview

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Raury performs at the 2015 MTV Artist to Watch Showcase on June 22, 2015 in New York City.  

Atlanta artist Raury, who performed just after appearances by Donald Trump and Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz on last night's episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, decided to add his own political spin to the proceedings with a definitive anti-Trump statement.

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"Trump embodies separation, solving problems with anger, fear, and personal differences," Raury told VICE of his reason for wanting to take a stand. "I'm all about the opposite, about being inclusive and open."

So Raury decided to perform in a Mexico soccer jersey -- a nod to Trump's extremely controversial statements on immigration -- that had Trump's name on the back, crossed out with a large red X.

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Watch the performance below:

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