WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE. Pink Floyd's Roger Waters uses a performance at California's Desert Trip festival to criticize Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's proposal to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico. Rough cut. No reporter narration.
**EDITORS PLEASE NOTE, CONTAINS PROFANITY ON SHOT OF FLOATING PIG ABOVE CROWD** Pink Floyd rocker Roger Waters used a performance at the Desert Trip festival in California to stage a protest against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. He brought children on to stage wearing T-shirts saying 'Derriba el Muro' (Tear Down the Wall in Spanish) while performing 'Another Brick in the Wall'. Floating above the audience, a giant pink inflatable pig was decorated with Trump's face and the slogan 'Arrogant, Lying, Racist, Sexist PIG'. The Who also performed some of their major hits including 'I Can't Explain' and 'The Seeker'. The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Paul McCartney were among the six acts are perform over two weekends at the Desert Trip festival in Indio, a Southern California town about 130 miles east of Los Angeles. The town hosts the Coachella music festival and due to the ages of the participants and the location, some have taken to calling the festival "Oldchella."