Ruth Clapton, the daughter of one of the best guitarists of all time, Eric Clapton, shared a post on her official Twitter page and broke her silence about Donald Trump‘s ongoing controversial statements on the presidential election of the U.S. by opening up about what she really thinks about Trump.

The 2020 United States presidential election itself and the nearly ended outcome have created a chaotic environment from the beginning with a result affecting both the United States and every other country globally.

As we all know, the 45th and the current president of the United States of America, Donald Trump has been breaking the internet while the whole world is watching by sharing controversial posts on his official Twitter page accusing another presidential candidate of illegal votes and stopping him and his voters from observing the votes.

Every celebrity including musicians, actors, artists, and from all other kinds of professions shared their opinions about the ongoing feud between Donald Trump and the 47th Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden via sharing posts on their official social media accounts thus brought the world at a politically chaotic state.

Generally, Ruth Clapton is politically vocal and shares her ideas on her official Twitter page. Clapton has been an active social media user during the elections, however, she kept it quiet while Donald Trump was blasting every other day on Twitter.

Ruth Clapton recently decided to end her silence and shared a post on her official Twitter page revealing her genuine opinion by being brutally honest about Donald Trump and stated that the whole allegations made her speechless and shocked her into silence. Clapton also opened up about Trump saying that she wants him gone.

Here is what Clapton said:

“I honestly don’t even know what to say about Trump anymore, it might seem like I don’t have an opinion but it’s not that, I want him out 100%. I think I’ve just been shocked into silence. There’s a first time for everything I guess?!?”

You can see the Twitter post below.