There's gonna be no future if we don't figure this out.
Lady Gaga's promotional tour is ablaze this week following the release of her new album Joanne. Following a string of performances at The Bitter End dive bar in NYC on Thursday, Gaga swung by Good Morning America and sat down for an interview with the BBC, where she was asked her thoughts on Presidential candidate Donald Trump.
She has none. Rather, any that she's willing to go on the record for.
"I have nothing to say of him," she said, confirming she's with Hillary Clinton.
At their third and final Presidential debate on Wednesday, Trump called Clinton a "nasty woman" because she could articulately explain her policies on the future economic infrastructure of the nation, among other things, and explain why his plans would ultimately plummet the U.S. towards more debt.
"I think what is most important is for us to try to decipher now what is real and what is not," Gaga carefully continued. "Some people want to win races... other people want to be president of the United States and change people's lives."