It didn't help that Lady Gaga was seen side by side with Hillary Clinton, and it could have lead some supporters who were watching to associate the Democratic candidate to the Nazi.
Lady Gaga's fashion statement for Hillary Clinton's final rally in Morrisville, North Carolina, gave some people the wrong impression.
The black military-styled jacket with red accents and a large, gem-studded brooch was reportedly not meant to evoke mental images of Nazi uniforms, but in fact used to belong to late pop star Michael Jackson. "And watching what [Trump] has done to us, I can promise that she will protect us, not only on the outside, but on the inside as well". He also took a poll asking his followers, "At tonight's Hillary rally, does Gaga look more like a Nazi or a Satanist?"
"Lady Gaga, dressed as some sort of futuristic Nazi, is speaking at a Clinton rally as the first votes are cast", one Twitter user wrote, while another asked, "How does no one in the Clinton campaign stop Lady Gaga from wearing a Nazi looking outfit??"
The jacket was part of a 2012 Julien's auction, which Gaga purchased 55 items from.
Lady Gaga Dressed Up As MJ To Clinton Rally
Unfortunately, Gaga's powerful speech was lost on many due to her controversial jacket. She was, in fact, wearing the same jacket Michael Jackson wore during his 1990 visit to the White House.
On Monday, Gaga donned aviator glasses and hit the stage to perform "Come to Mama" from her latest album Joanne.
"We want you to stand up".
Mr. Jon Bon joined the Lady onstage for a stellar duet of his classic "Livin' On A Prayer".
"If we don't win", said Trump, "this will be the single greatest waste of time, energy and money in my life".