Over a decade ago, Pink wrote a potent political song about then-president George W. Bush.
The open letter was penned for her fourth album, 2006's I'm Not Dead, and criticized some controversial policies, including the No Child Left Behind Act, Iraq War, and his disapproval of equal rights for the LGBTQ community.
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Though that song was specifically written about Bush, it's getting a fresh look now that the new president, Donald J. Trump, implemented an immigration ban over the weekend.
One of her fans asked via Twitter on Saturday if she would revamp "Dear Mr. President" in light of the new controversial executive order. Her biting response? "There aren't words for this shameful person."
That same day, the 37-year-old singer also shared an illustration of the Statue of Liberty with a quote from Emma Lazarus, reposted from the Huffington Post via Instagram, as well as a screengrab of her retweeting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's statement on Twitter welcoming refugees "fleeing persecution, terror & war" to find sanctuary in Canada.
Besides politics, Pink -- who looks like she's back to having her hair color dyed in her stage name's hue -- shared an adorable photo of her team helping her get "glam" as she held her 1-month-old son, Jameson.
The political frustration comes one week after Pink walked in the Women's March in Los Angeles with her husband, Carey Hart, Jameson, and the couple's older daughter, 5-year-old Willow. The marches took place around the world on Jan. 21, the day after Trump's inauguration.
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The "Just Like Fire" singer is far from the only celeb who's shared their outrage on social media. Watch the video below to see who else is speaking out on the immigration ban.