It's been 13 years since the Dixie Chicks publicly critiqued President George W. Bush during a London concert: "We don’t want this war, this violence, and we’re ashamed that the President of the United States is from Texas," band member Natalie Maines said at the time.
During the first concert in their DCX MMXVI World Tour, the group's '99 hit "Goodbye Earl" was accompanied by a familiar face: hyper-conservative rabble-rouser Donald Trump looking devilish in horns, a beard, and mustache.
The concert, held in Cincinnati on Wednesday, marked the beginning of the Chicks' international tour, which will span through October.
While the Dixie Chicks' newest political statement is a smidgen more subtle than their 2003 proclamation, it's just as strong a message.
On Saturday, Trump, 69, blamed a group he referred to as "illegals" for the unrest that broke out at his San Jose rally:
He proceeded to chastise San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo for failing to manage the violence his rally incited:
Liccardo, a democrat, responded by reminding adult kindergartner Trump that we all "have a responsibility for our own speech":