Trump Receives Ominous Warning from Nancy Sinatra over Use of ‘My Way’

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Frank Sinatra’s daughter has issued a warning to President-elect Donald Trump over his reported decision to use her father’s song ‘My Way,’ as the song for his first dance as Commander in Chief.

Taking to Twitter, Sinatra said “Just remember the first line of the song,” replying to another Twitter user who had tweeted at her asking “@NancySinatra You good w/ this guy using the iconic ‘My Way’ for Friday night?”

The opening line of the 1969 iconic hit which was written by Paul Anka is, “And now, the end is near.”

The first dance will take place at the Liberty Ball on Friday as the President-elect is expected to take the dance floor with his wife and incoming first lady Melania Trump. According to the Washington Examiner citing to a source, the tune to which the couple will be dancing is ‘My Way.’

Sinatra has been an outspoken critic of the President-elect, tweeting earlier this month, “My dad didn’t hate anybody but he would never support a bigot,” referring to Donald trump.

However, she did respond to tweets criticizing her over her latest remark at the President-elect by noting that she was trying to be humorous, and saying that she actually is wishing Trump the best in his new endeavor.

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