Worst, Wildest and Most WTF Looks of the Grammys 2018 Red Carpet

Hillary fans and haters take to Twitter as Grammys sketch shows the political divide between Americans runs deep.

Hillary Clinton may have had the most unexpected and polarizing cameo appearance during the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, reading a portion of Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" in a pre-taped sketch poking fun at President Donald Trump.

The bit began by host James Corden predicting the bestselling look "Inside the Trump White House" would be next year's spoken word winner, and so he was auditioning narrators. Clinton was the last of the celebrity readers, after John Legend, Cardi B, DJ Khaled, Snoop Dogg and Cher, reading out a segment about Trump's alleged fast food habits and poison fears.

The president didn't respond Sunday night, but others in his administration did, with eldest son Don Jr. saying that Clinton's appearance "seems like a great consolation prize." Also responding was UN ambassador Nikki Haley, who tweeted that the moment "ruined the Grammys."

President Trump has not tweeted since early Sunday morning, so his reaction may yet be forthcoming. In his stead, though, plenty of supporters on both sides of the political spectrum came out for and against Clinton's cameo appearance. As usual, the moment did nothing to ease tensions on either side, instead entrenching them deeper into their respective ideologies. Below are some of their loudest voices.




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