John Legend Asks the Trump Administration to 'Reunite All These Families Immediately'

John Legend
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John Legend attends WGN America's 'Underground' World Premiere on March 2, 2016 in Los Angeles.

In the midst of a tragic border crisis, avid Trump opposer John Legend has chimed in with a voice of reason once again. 

The singer retweeted an article by The New Yorker which mentions a number of White House representatives asked to leave restaurants, the most recent incident being press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders' rejection from Red Hen in Virginia. 

He followed up with a lighthearted, yet to-the-point message: "Let's make a deal with the Trump Administration. Reunite all these families immediately and you can go out to eat wherever the f--- you want."

Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen have long been outspoken about their disagreement with Donald Trump's actions, and even led to the President blocking Teigen on Twitter last year.


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