Trump takes dig at A-listers, cites Jackie Evancho's growing album sales

Donald Trump is speaking out about the positive influence he can have on artists' sales amid claims that his team has had a difficult time booking A-list talent for his inaugural festivities.

On Wednesday, the president-elect tweeted, "Jackie Evancho's album sales have skyrocketed after announcing her Inauguration performance. Some people just don't understand the 'Movement.'"

Evancho is a 16-year-old singer who was just 10 when she was named the runner-up on 'America's Got Talent,' notes the Daily Beast.

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According to Billboard charts, for the week of January 14, 2017, her album 'Someday At Christmas' was at number 134 on the Top 200 list, but it was number 1 in the classical music genre.

TMZ also reported on December 25 that "her weekly album sales quadrupled in digital downloads and in [retail] as well."

In an interview with PEOPLE magazine, Evancho admitted that there has been backlash since she agreed to perform the national anthem at Trump's inauguration but added, "I also get a lot of love. We pay most attention to that."