Green Day's 'American Idiot' climbs British charts ahead of Donald Trump visit

Donald and Melania Trump shortly before flying to Brussels

Donald and Melania Trump shortly before flying to Brussels

Due to the campaign of the British, American Idiot is among the most downloaded songs on the Amazon digital platform and is part of the top 20 most popular songs within the iTunes multimedia content player.

Green Day has yet to publicly comment on the campaign on its social media accounts, although they did share a tweet from Sen.

The song "American Idiot" was originally aimed at former USA president George W Bush.

In related news, fans were able to bring back Green Day's "American Idiot" back in charts. "Keep doing that until midnight on Thursday". It's perhaps unsurprising, considering it came out the year after radio stations pulled the Dixie Chicks' music because Natalie Maines said at a London concert that she was "ashamed" of President George W. Bush.

The campaign even has a catchy hashtag - MAIGA, or Make American Idiot Great Again. Tim Kaine on Friday regarding reports that Trump had planned to gift North Korean leader Kim Jong-un with a CD featuring Elton John's "Rocket Man", a nod to Trump's nickname for the Supreme Leader.

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Chairman, at no time in any of these texts did those personal beliefs ever enter into the realm of any action I took". Strzok, you are under subpoena and are required to answer the question".

People dressed as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May (left) and Donald Trump who will be visiting the United Kingdom on July 12.

The track's chart movement is being driven by a social media campaign over the last couple of weeks in response to the planned visit of President Trump, who is due to arrive in the United Kingdom this Friday.

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.

A "Get American Idiot to No. 1 for Trump's UK Visit" Facebook page was even created for the campaign.

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