The Irish rocker doesn't have any problem with supporters of the US President coming to his band's show, but he won't have the 70-year-old Republican step anywhere near them, especially after he cut funding to combat HIV.
Speaking to the Irish Mirror newspaper, he said: ''People who voted for Trump are welcome here but he's not.''
The 'With or Without You' hitmaker - who is currently on 'The Joshua Tree Tour 2017' to celebrate the 30th anniversary of U2's seminal album - also revealed he is starting to find it ''harder'' to leave his house in his hometown of Dublin, Ireland, as he gets older.
The 'Beautiful Day' hitmaker - who lives with his wife Alison and the younger of their four kids - explained: ''We have become somewhat domesticated animals. I don't think that was natural for me, I was a person who slept on Gavin Friday's couch, I've been moving since I was in my early teens.
''For me, a band was a replacement for the family I didn't feel I had, and then the wanderlust came with it. Wherever we go, wherever we are that's where it is. Only recently I realised I had a home and it was Dublin. I came home after the Paris show and I was walking through the house, I often do walk through the house at night, and walk in and see the kids while they're asleep and I just felt I really like being at home. That makes it harder to leave.''
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