The White House is hosting a series of high-profile concerts at the White House, which will feature some of the country’s biggest artists.
Trump’s election, which sent the stock market plummeting, has left many of his supporters angry and some wondering what he’ll do for the music industry.
Trump’s election has left the stock markets crashing and he may be out of office.
The events will include:The White House has invited the Grammy-winning bands The Chainsmokers, Bruno Mars, and Kendrick Lamar to the Whitehouse on April 23 for a concert, according to a White House official.
Trump will also host an event at the National Archives on April 27 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Park Service.
The event comes amid an uptick in protests in cities across the country, with demonstrations and sit-ins turning violent.
The protests have also taken on an increasingly partisan tone.
On Thursday, Trump told the National Football League players who kneel during the national anthem to “go home,” but did not explicitly call for NFL players to take a knee.
President Donald Trump speaks to members of the media at the Capitol on March 24, 2019, after announcing a $1 trillion infrastructure plan.
The concerts are part of a broader push to bring together top artists in the entertainment industry, including Madonna, Taylor Swift, and Bruno Mars.
Earlier in the week, Madonna and her pop music team, The Black Madonna, toured the United States, including a stop in New York City.