"And Kim Jong Un sends back a copy of Green Day's 'American Idiot, '" Kaine had tweeted.
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Chart Data reported Monday that the song was already in the British Top 20.
"I'm not a part of a redneck agenda, now everybody do the propaganda and sing along to the age of paranoia", the song's lyrics say. "Keep doing that until midnight on Thursday".
A plan by another group of protesters also received a boost on Tuesday as Britain's air-traffic controller said it saw no reason to withhold approval of a request to fly a 6-metre inflatable, orange baby styled as Trump near the British parliament.
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" England are one of the favourites to win the World Cup and you have to respect that", he said. I'm happy that he used the little advice we gave him in the last few years in a very good way".
But despite the song's ubiquity, Armstrong waited 13 years to reveal - in an article he wrote for Clickhole.com - that the "American Idiot" was President George W. Bush. Its inspired slogan: Make American Idiot Great Again. Tim Kaine, a Virginia Democrat, on Friday joking that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would send the United States a copy of their album. The move was speculated to have been decided in order to avoid planned protests in the area.
Billy Joe Armstrong of Green Day (C) and the cast of "American Idiot" sing "21 Guns" at the 52nd annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles January 31, 2010.
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