The singer left the choir, not to speak at the inauguration of the trump

The singer left the choir, not to speak at the inauguration of the trump© AP Photo/ Charles Krupa

One of the members of the Mormon tabernacle choir announced his decision to leave his order not to speak at the inauguration of the President of the United States Donald trump, the newspaper Salt Lake Tribune.

After a choir of Mormons accepted the invitation to participate in the concert program on the occasion of the inauguration of the trump of thousands of believers in the United States have signed a petition asking the choir to refuse to participate, the newspaper said. One of the dissenters with the decision of the choir was his singer Jan Chamberlin.

In his furlough Chamberlin wrote that, speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the trump, «she will never be able to look at myself in the mirror with self-esteem».

Mormon tabernacle choir belongs to a religious movement the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints from salt lake city Utah. According to the publication, he repeatedly took part in the inauguration ceremonies of U.S. presidents.

The inauguration of the trump will be held January 20 in Washington at the Capitol building, the seat of the U.S. Congress. The ceremony will be present from two to three million people.

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