"If we were to all put our voices together, do you realize the difference we would make?" the 19-year-old model asked the audience, before lampooning the president. "If we were to stand up all united as one, our impact it would be 'yuge.' It would be 'yuge.' Believe me, 'yuge.' And that's not fake news", Jackson said.
Paris Jackson walked onstage at the MTV Video Music Awards stage to announce the victor for Best Pop Video award at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, but added some political commentary before she moved on to the reveal.
The violence, hatred, and discrimination Jackson was referencing to is, of course, the Unite the Right rally and subsequent anti-racism protests that turned deadly in Charlottesville, Va., earlier this month.
A video of Jackson's speech can be viewed below.
Mexico is one of world's highest crime nations, says Donald Trump
Mexico said its position at the negotiating table was "serious and constructive" and sought a winning result for Mexico, the USA and Canada.
The moon-person for best pop video eventually went to Fifth Harmony for their song, "Down", featuring Gucci Mane.
In the wake of the violence, Trump did not lay blame on the white supremacists but said instead that "bigotry and hatred" was coming from "many sides".
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