Lana Del Rey believes Donald Trump mirrors the wider culture. The singer said in an upcoming interview with Q magazine she is gaining creatively from the cultural ‘damage’ of the presidency, as well as threats to the environment. Lana, 34, said it is time for a concerted effort to tackle both the US president and the changing climate. Bold statement: Lana Del Rey, 34, speaking in an interview with Q magazine, believes Donald Trump mirrors the wider culture The singer, who dazzled in a series of photos for the publication, was recently given the Song of the Decade title at the Q Awards for her hit Video Games. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Lana Del Rey enjoys romantic Central Park outing with a… Lindsay Lohan puts on a glamorous display in figure-hugging… Angelina Jolie, 44, looks chic as she steps out for dinner… ‘My mind floods with so many memories’: Kylie Minogue shares… Share this article Share In one shot, the star held a bunch of daisies aloft as she rocked a rose-themed blouse, whilst in others, she donned a loose pink sweater and jeans and a floral night shirt. Lana’s recent work has explored more expansive subjects, and tackled… Read full this story
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