Miller took Trump to task on 'The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore.'
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Mac Miller and Donald Trump’s hostile, years-long feud came to a head Wednesday night when the rapper took Trump to task on The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore.

The rapper kicked off his tirade with a bang, opening his monologue with a blunt statement. “I only have one thing to say: I f—ing hate you Donald Trump,” said a grinning Miller. He went on to slam the Republican presidential frontrunner for both his character and integrity, calling him “an egomaniacal attention-thirsty psycopathic power hungry delusional waste of skin and bones” and blaming him for “lowering the bar of our nation’s intelligence.”

Miller also turned the rampage toward America for backing Trump’s candidacy, saying, “Not only are we letting this bullshit fly, we’re motherf—ing supporting it.”

Unlike Miley Cyrus, who vowed to “leave da country” if Trump were elected, Miller swore he would stay put if Trump makes it to office. “I’ma be here every day telling the world how much I hate you, how much of a clown you are, and how we as a nation are better than you will be as a racist f–k-wad of a human,” Miller declared. “Because I love America, and I’m never giving it up to a troll like you, you bitch!”

However, the friendly exchange eventually turned sour when Trump went after Miller for money. “Little @MacMiller, you illegally used my name for your song ‘Donald Trump’ which now has over 75 million hits,” Trump tweeted in 2013, adding, “I want the money not the plaque you gave me…I’m now going to teach you a big boy lesson about lawsuits and finance. You ungrateful dog!”

Miller didn’t take the words kindly. “The thing that bothers me the most is that he always says things like, ’75 million views on the song ‘Donald Trump,’ Mac Miller you’re welcome,’” he told Complex in January 2013. “I could have said, ‘Take over the world when I’m on my Bill Gates s–t.’ It doesn’t [matter]. That s–t just pisses me off.”

Judging by Wednesday night’s dialogue, it doesn’t look like either party plans to extend the olive branch any time soon.