Mia Farrow, former spouse of the singer tweeted that, ‘Frank Sinatra would have loathed Donald Trump.’
American President Donald Trump who announced plans to build a statue of Frank as part of his 'National Garden of Heroes' is facing severe backlash on twitter.
After Trump's speech, Mia Farrow, former spouse of the singer tweeted that, 'Frank Sinatra would have loathed Donald Trump.'
Nancy replied to that by saying, 'He actually did loathe him.' It's not the first time Nancy – one of Frank's three children – has hit out at the president.
Back in 2017, the 80-year-old opposed reports that her dad's iconic song My Way would be performed at Trump's inauguration ceremony.
Paul Anka, who originally wrote the song, was reportedly set to perform but pulled out because of 'scheduling issues'. When asked her thoughts on Trump potentially still using the song, Nancy said: 'Just remember the first line of the song.' The first line of My Way is, 'And now, the end is near.'
It was not the first of interactions between the Sinatra family and Donald Trump. According to Frank Sinatra's manager, Eliot Weisman, in 1990, Frank told trump to "go f*** himself" after they had a financial disagreement relating to performing in his casino.