It's no secret that Bruce Springsteen is not a fan of President Trump. At a recent concert, "The Boss" even said he was "embarrassed" to be an American with Trump in the White House.

But Springsteen delivers an even stronger anti-Trump message in a new song.

In a protest song called “That’s What Makes Us Great," the rock and roll legend calls Trump a "con man" and rips him for his reported distaste for reading, singing, “And don’t you brag to me/That you never read a book/I never put my faith/In a con man and his crooks.”

Here are the full lyrics to the song, which Springsteen performed with fellow musician Joe Grushecky.

That’s What Makes Us Great

Grushecky:

They come from everywhere

A longing to be free

They come to join us here

From sea to shining sea

Together:

And they all have a dream

As people always will

To be safe and warm

In that shining city on the hill

Grushecky:

Some wanna slam the door

Instead of opening the gate

Aw, let’s turn this thing around

Before it gets too late

Together:

It’s up to me and you

Love can conquer hate

I know this to be true

That’s what makes us great

Springsteen:

Don’t tell me a lie

And sell it as a fact

I’ve been down that road before

And I ain’t goin’ back

And don’t you brag to me

That you never read a book

I never put my faith

In a con man and his crooks

Together:

I won’t follow down that path

And tempt the hands of fate

Aw, let’s turn this thing around

Before it gets too late

It’s up to me and you

Love can conquer hate

I know this to be true

That’s what makes us great

Springsteen:

In the quiet of the night

I lie here wide awake

And I ask myself

Is there a difference I can make?

It’s up to me and you

Love can conquer hate

I know this to be true

That’s what makes us great

On Fox Business Network this morning, Ashley Webster said it's strange that Springsteen is known for championing the blue collar American worker, but he criticizes Trump who won the election with an "America first" message.

"Isn't that what President Trump appealed to, and had those people vote for him?" Webster said. "It seems to me that [Springsteen] is insulting the base that he claims to represent."

Liz MacDonald said she enjoys Springsteen's music, but she finds these particular lyrics "insipid."

"Why not write lyrics about terrorists killing us? Or what's going on socialist Venezuela with the collapse there, if you're about the working man and woman?" she said.

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