American Music Awards performance

Green Day has never shied away from getting political, and the rock band used the stage at the American Music Awards on Sunday night to express their thoughts on President-elect Donald Trump.

“No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA,” lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong repeated throughout a performance of “Bang Bang.”

The band had previously spoken out about Trump during the 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards a day before the election, changing the “subliminal mindf–k America” lyric of “American Idiot” to “subliminal mind-Trump America.”

“It’s really nice to be in Europe right now. It’s especially nice to be in Holland,” Armstrong said, according to Rolling Stone. “But most of all, it’s nice to be out of America just for a second because of this horrendous election that’s going on right now. Our entire country…is out to have one big collective heart attack.”

She said she was “wine-sodden,” and Ford offered to drive her home.

Fisher writes that she “feels a little bad for him” now. But she also reveals, while “Star Wars” became a blockbuster, “my anticipated dreams and fantasies failed to come true.

“What would you have done if you were me? Turn to drugs, Maybe? Lose your mind?”

Fisher was later diagnosed as bipolar, after losing years of her life to cocaine and prescription pill addictions.

Ford has yet to respond to his co-star’s clai