In all likelihood, Donald Trump did not watch the 2018 Grammy Awards last night.
After all, the president kicked off Sunday by firing off a combative tweet at Jay Z in response to the rapper's audacious suggestion that the current administration hasn't exactly been a boon to minorities and other groups specifically targeted by Trump.
So unfortunately, the Donald probably missed out on a ceremony that kicked off with a politically-charged performance from Kendrick Lamar and didn't ease up on the timely commentary throughout.
It's tough to say what he would have thought of the show.
Trump hates being criticized, sure, but not nearly as much as he hates not being the center of attention.
Perhaps that's why for most of the night, the shade was thrown indirectly, with artists making their feelings about the president clear without ever mentioning him by name.
But there was one moment in which the anti-Trump sentiment was made quite clear with the help of some unexpected A-listers and a controversial bestseller.
Fire and Fury is Michael Wolff's scathing tell-all about the Trump White House that basically reads like an in-depth exploration of the reign of Prince Joffrey.
On last night's Grammys, several stars read excerpts from the book, including John Legend, DJ Khaled, Cardi B ... and Hillary Clinton.
Yes, Trump's biggest political rival dropped a savage burn in the pre-recorded segment, reading from a portion in which Wolff reveals that the president eats McDonald's because he fears being poisoned.
All over this great nation, the Happy Meal-starved toddlers of America are jotting down a solid new argument to use on mom.
Watch the clip below and stay tuned for news of a Trump coronary event.