SLIPKNOT's COREY TAYLOR Is 'Terrified' Of DONALD TRUMP Presidency

SLIPKNOT's COREY TAYLOR Is 'Terrified' Of DONALD TRUMP Presidency

SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor has once again expressed his disbelief that Donald Trump is running for the highest office in the U.S.

"Oh, boy, that fucking guy," Taylor told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. "You know, and I'm here to tell you, dude, unless they find a sex tape on him, he's going to really run for president. Like unless they find some shitty footage of him… . Did you see him rip into [Univision's Jorge] Ramos the way that he did?

"It is fucking unbelievable, and the fact that people aren't calling him on his bullshit, there's still… and in Iowa, which just destroyed me. I was like, 'Come on! You fucking assholes, really?' We are not a red state. Iowa is very, very blue, and the fact that this is happening in Iowa is like … and then they pulled Ramos. They didn't pull Trump. They fucking pulled Ramos. It's was like, 'Oh, we're such dicks' What the fuck is going on?"

He continued: "So unless they find a video of him fucking a dog while he's punching a nun dressed as a baby, we're all fucked. We are all fucked. I'm telling you right now. And the minute I have to, by law, say President Trump and not fucking want to kill myself, I'm emigrating somewhere warm and less shitty. It's just that fucking simple."

Taylor went on to say: "You know, everybody looks at [Trump]… The whole fucking reason is because he's been on TV this long. That's the only reason people are showing up. But if people start voting for him because of that, we are screwed, dude. Like, he's a fucking maniac. He can't be our president. It terrifies me. It really, really does."

Taylor published his third book, "You're Making Me Hate You: A Cantankerous Look At The Common Misconception That Humans Have Any Common Sense Left", on July 7.

The book acts as a commentary on society and pop culture said to be in the style of the late George Carlin.

SLIPKNOT plays this week at the Rock In Rio festival in Brazil and will begin a North American tour on October 13 in Bismarck, North Dakota.

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