Slash left GNR in 1996. Since then, him and the infamous frontman Axl Rose haven’t exactly been on speaking terms. According to Slash, the original Guns N Roses members have reconciled and are on friendly terms again. Now this doesn’t exactly mean they’ll be performing together anytime soon, but its a spark of hope for GNR fans. In a recent TV interview in Sweden, Slash revealed that the two had made-up, but when asked about a potential performance, he quickly wanted to change the subject. However, he did give his opinion on Donald Trump. Check out the videos below. One is the interview where Slash talked about the two becoming friends, and the other is what he admires most about Axl.
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