A Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young reunion is "possible," says David Crosby, even though the contentious foursome is united these days only in their contempt of President Donald Trump.
"We don't like each other," Crosby, 76, says of his three former bandmates in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, "but we like Trump a whole lot less."
The four Rock and Roll Hall of Famers haven't performed together since a 2013 benefit concert for the Bridge School, a nonprofit organization co-founded by Young's ex-wife, Pegi.
"We haven't gotten along for a while," admits Crosby, who released his seventh solo album, "Sky Trails," last fall. "They're all mad at me. But they all dislike Donald Trump very much, the same way I do. We dislike him intensely because he's a spoiled child who can't do his job. So a reunion is possible."
Crosby, who supported Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign in 2016, also has a message for any Trump supporters who may be interested in attending one of his solo shows or a potential CSN&Y concert: Stay home.
"I don't need them," he says.