The song "American Idiot" was originally aimed at former U.S. president George W Bush.
The "American Idiot" campaign has had a much longer gestation period than similar attempts in the past, having launched in January 2017 ahead of a state visit by the president, which he cancelled over what he saw as a "bad deal" on the establishment of a new US embassy in London.
The campaign asks its supporters to download "American Idiot" between Friday, July 6, and Friday, July 13, to push the single to #1 on the Official Chart. At the 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards, Green Day altered the song's lyrics from "subliminal mind-(expletive) America" to "subliminal mind-Trump America".
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"American Idiot" was originally inspired by American political events that occurred around the time it was released, such as George W. Bush's presidency and the Iraq war. (No. 61, though it topped the genre-rock chart).
Last week, Senator Tim Kaine referenced the "American Idiot" campaign in a Trump-mocking tweet.
Mr. Trump already is likely to be greeted by an expected 50,000-protester march and a 20-foot blimp caricaturing him as a baby in diapers.