Singer Wynonna Judd Speaks Out After Sister Ashley Judd’s Trump Criticism

January 24, 2017 Updated: January 24, 2017

Singer Wynonna Judd responded to questions about her sister, the actress Ashley Judd, after Ashley made controversial comments about President Donald Trump at a march on Saturday.

Wynonna, on Twitter, told a fan that she doesn’t “do politics on here.” She explained, “I try to stay away from that toxicity … the whole thing is toxic. I’m not giving her all the credit. She doesn’t have that kind of power.”

She later wrote: “I would not bash my sister ever.”

Meanwhile, she noted: “I have supported my country for 52yrs, I’ve sung for 5 presidents, & I will support my country until I take my last breath.”

The singer didn’t perform for Trump, and she has not publicly revealed her thoughts on the president.

At the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., Ashley didn’t hold back.

“I am a nasty woman. Not as nasty as a man who looks like he bathes in Cheeto dust, a man whose words are a diss to America, Electoral College – sanctioned hate speech contaminating this national anthem,” Ashley said before reading a poem about him.

Ashley Judd, 48, and Wynonna Judd, 52, are the daughters of longtime country singer-songwriter Naomi Judd, 71.

Throughout the campaign, Ashley criticized Trump.