However, it's the supporters’ choice of Springsteen’s 1984 track that has led to them becoming the source of internet vitriol.
Many are highlighting the fact that "Born in the USA" is far from the patriotic song the title has clearly led them to believe.
The song is widely believed to be a critique of America for marginalising working-class veterans upon their return to the homeland.
Adding to the embarrassment of the blunder is the fact that Walter Reed is a military hospital – not to mention Springsteen’s personal views on Trump.
In June, the musician called the president a “threat to our democracy” and said he “makes any kind of reform that much harder”.
“Do these people know that ‘Born in the USA’ was a protest song not a patriot ballad?” one tweeter asked in response to a video of the president’s fans playing the 1984 track.
“We're well into the fourth decade of the American right wing not listening to the actual lyrics of ‘Born in the USA’,” another wrote.
One person quipped: "I love it when ‘Born In The USA’ is played with unintended irony."
“Apparently, these seven people or so have never read or they don't understand the lyrics,” a commenter added.
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