Yesterday, Donald Trump announced a military ban on transgender individuals, calling them "a disruption." In response, on last night's The Late Late Show, host James Corden delivered a stinging takedown of the order.
Corden, sporting a top hat and dress suit, parodied Nat King Cole classic "L-O-V-E," changing the words to "L-G-B-T." The tune went as follows:
L he doesn't care for Lesbians.
G he thinks two men should just be friends,
B to his dumb knowledge is just a phase in college,
T he finds confusing so the army is now refusing
Trans women who only want to serve,
Trans men who want rights we all deserve.
In other verses, Corden changes the iconic line from "love was made for me and you" to "Trump's got hate for me and you." He then finished on a positive note, saying, "LBGT we love all of you."
Watch the extremely catchy song above.
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