Pink Floyd's Roger Waters defends his anti-Trump tour

“In my view, you have to make your choice as to whether you do the right thing or the thing that makes you the most money,” Waters said.

As for fans who leave during the show — a cadre Waters estimated at “maybe, 10” per night — it’s been “no big surprise,” he said.

“If you’re looking for an escape from a connection with other people on this planet, if you want to be, you know, separated from your potential to empathize with others, if you want a life in an ivory tower where everybody is an enemy and you need to build walls and you’ve got to do a better deal with the Chinese or whatever it might be, that this leader that you’ve elected thinks is a good idea, well, that’s what you believe,” he said.