'American Idiot' climbs to UK No.1 on charts to mark Trump's visit

Brits have taken to an online campaign to download Green Day's 2004 hit to coincide with US President Donald Trump's visit.

There is an online campaign in the UK to get punk band Green Days hit to the top of the charts and it seems to be successful.

It has hit No.1 on Amazon Sales Chart, made it into the iTunes Top 10 and even the Top 20 singles as well.


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : 'American Idiot' climbs to UK No.1 on charts to mark Trump's visit


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