SIR Mick Jagger makes an apparent dig at Donald Trump in a new song.
In an online teaser for Pride Before A Fall, the Rolling Stones singer seems to criticise the US president’s constant use of Twitter.
The clip, posted on Sir Mick’s Twitter feed, sees him strutting in front of a studio microphone as he sings: “I see the preening, it’s overweening, overeating, too much tweeting, and when my back is turned somebody will push you off the wall.
“And just remember that pride, it comes before a fall.”
It is not known if the clip is of a solo track or a song for an upcoming Rolling Stones album.
It comes after the band told Mr Trump to stop using their music at his rallies.
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