Aussie Singer Ben Lee Trolls Donald Trump With 'Catch My Disease' Mash-Up Video
Ahead of the US election in November, it seems that everyone is getting their two cents in when it comes to their thoughts on US President Donald Trump.
The latest person to jump on the bandwagon is Aussie singer Ben Lee, who has gifted us with a wild mash-up of Trump awkwardly dancing to his 2005 hit 'Catch My Disease.'
Lee, 42, posted the viral video of the Commander in Chief throwing down cringeworthy dance moves at his Florida presidential campaign rally on his Twitter account.
The Aussie singer-songwriter paired the video with his popular noughties tune, adding: "Can't believe it took me all day to realise I had to do this."
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Attendees of the event have also been criticised for a notable lack of social distancing with one another as coronavirus cases continue to soar in the US, with over 215,000 Americans dead as a result of the deadly pandemic.
Twitter users were quick to commend Lee on his masterful mash-up, with one user commenting: "Brilliant. Funny story catch my disease came on mid March during the great toilet paper saga at Coles Bondi Junction. Not joking I had a chuckle looked around and no one else seemed to notice."
Another added: "I don't know if you follow NSW politics Ben, but now do 'Gamble Everything for Love'...pleeeease," a reference to the recent news that Crown Resorts chairman Helen Coonan admitted that the casino giant facilitated money laundering at its Melbourne casino.
In other political news out of the US, Trump has today blasted coronavirus expert Dr Anthony Fauci as a 'disaster' who has been around for '500 years', while claiming that the country was ready to move on from the pandemic - despite cases continuing to explode across the country.
Featured Image Credit: Ben Lee Music/Twitter
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