Are big stars being intimidated into not performing at Donald Trump's inauguration?

According to recent reports, singer Andrea Bocelli was considered for the inauguration, but backed away after facing an immediate backlash. 

The Trump team denies that it played out that way, but the tenor - a friend of Trump's - will not be performing on January 20th in Washington, D.C. 

"It's apparent that some very powerful entertainment people in America do not want the Trump inauguration to be a star-studded event," Bill O'Reilly said.

No big-name stars have agreed to perform so far and O'Reilly wondered whether many are "scared" of losing future opportunities if they show up. 

Blaze TV host Tomi Lahren joined "The Factor," arguing that the message of tolerance pushed by the left is "one-sided." Lahren noted the harsh criticism directed at rapper Kanye West for simply meeting with Trump. 

Lahren said usually the left's "social justice warriors" would be all about promoting unity, but not this time around. 

"Of course not, because it's President Trump. ... They don't like theirs to be mixing with ours. It's amazing," she said.


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