Country music icon Dolly Parton does not know who will get her vote for president in November but she is sure about one thing when it comes to the candidates.
“I don’t know where they’re going to land but I think they’re both nuts” she said in an interview that aired Friday with CNN’s Brooke Baldwin.
“It’s the greatest show on television right now,” the 70 year-old music legend said. “You can’t not watch it.”
Parton recently had to clarify comments she made about supporting a woman in the White House, saying she did not mean it as an endorsement of either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump
Currently, Parton told CNN, she has not made a presidential pick.
“Right now, I’m just not sure,” she said.
For many social media users, in the current political climate Parton is “the voice of reason.”
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— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) August 26, 2016
@CNNPolitics Could not agree more.
— Mr WriteIn (@TheWriteInParty) August 26, 2016
— Allahpundit (@allahpundit) August 26, 2016
— Tara Wagner (@TaraWagner77) August 26, 2016
@thehill LOL ok I’ll give her that
— K Kassidy (@ImDuchessK) August 26, 2016
— HandRolled (@ClintBretthauer) August 26, 2016
@CNNPolitics Dolly is one of the few brave enough to speak out against the media’s aggressive pro-Hillary propaganda. She can do no wrong.
— ㅤ (@JoanR1vers) August 26, 2016
Further proof that Dolly Parton is a national treasure. https://t.co/ARIOYrw1On
— Anthony Hennen (@anthonyhennen) August 26, 2016
@thehill Always the voice of reason.
— Debie (@Debie_Lynne) August 26, 2016
So, wait, is the voice of reason in America now Dolly Parton? I’m…. Ok with that
— Kelly B (@KellyLadyB) August 26, 2016
@CNNPolitics I’m with you, Dolly!
— Michael Garee (@MichaelGaree) August 26, 2016
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