After a decade-long hiatus, the Dixie Chicks are back with a new Republican rival.
The group kicked off their first tour since 2006 this week, using Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump as the inspiration for their stage setup.
The liberal country-pop trio opened their DCX World Tour MMXVI Wednesday in Cincinnati with classics like the 1999 hit, “Good Bye Earl.” As the song played, a slideshow playing in the background flashed a photo of Trump with devil horns, mustache and goatee.
Lead singer Natalie Maines has never been one to shy away from expressing her political views. In 2003, Maines delivered a mid-concert monologue in which she openly bashed then-President George W. Bush for entering the country into the War in Iraq. Despite the backlash the group received as a result, the singer refused to retract her statements.