New Jersey should be embarrassed Talk about a greatest hit! Bruce Springsteen bashes Donald Trump as a 'great embarrassment' to Americans - and Jon Bon Jovi says the Republican candidate 'scares the s*** out of him' Two of America's biggest rock stars have given Donald Trump one of his greatest hits - but not the sort he could use to climb up the charts. Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi, two rockers who are no strangers to the politician scene, have slammed the Republican nominee is separate interviews. During an appearance on Skavlan Talkshow in Sweden, Springsteen described Trump as a 'great embarrassment'. +7 Jon Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen have bashed Republican candidate Donald Trump in separate new interviews 'He comes along and he has simple answers to all these very complex problems, and is telling some people the things they want to hear,' the 67-year-old New Jersey native said on the program. 'If you are very uncomfortable by the browning of America, well we are going to build a wall and keep all those people out. This is basically his campaign, saying it like I am saying it here. 'But if you have struggled, and if you have suffered and not gotten that piece of the pie, or you're just struggling to keep your family going, it can be... a very compelling argument. 'It's very difficult to deal with the complexities of governance and have someone tell you to wait or be patient, so there is just a rich environment for a demagogue.' +7 Springsteen made his comments during an appearance on Skavlan Talkshow in Sweden +7 The 67-year-old star (pictured with President Barack Obama in 2012) said Trump is a 'great embarrassment' Springsteen went on to say he does not believe Trump will reach the promised land and become president, but he added he's left lost and brokenhearted by the fact the reality television star has gotten this close. 'The absurdity is beyond cartoon-like,' he said. 'He has gotten close enough so it can make you nervous. 'I don't think he's going to win, but even him running is a great embarrassment if you are an American.' +7 Speaking to a music magazine in London, Jon Bon Jovi said the prospect of a Trump presidency 'scares the s***' out of him' +7 'I pray he's not the next president of the United States,' Bon Jovi, who has campaigned with Hillary Clinton, said Meanwhile, speaking to a music magazine in London, Bon Jovi said the prospect of a Trump presidency 'scares the s***' out of him'. 'It's an unbelievable time in American politics and it scares the s*** out of me,' he told Gigwise. 'I pray he's not the next president of the United States. It's incredible that the man can lie to you. You tell him here's factually what you said that's incorrect and then he tells it the same [again].' The 54-year-old, who is a supporter of Hillary Clinton and performed at a fundraiser for her last month, admitted he was worried the Republican candidate could win if he performs well at the first debate next week. +7 Springsteen called Trump a 'demagogue' in his latest interview, while Bon Jovi said: 'It's incredible that the man can lie to you. You tell him here's factually what you said that's incorrect and then he tells it the same' +7 The two rock stars have both supporter Democrats in the past, and although he has not campaigned for Clinton like Bon Jovi has, Springsteen says she would make a 'very good president' 'If Hillary Clinton has a bad debate next week then we could be in for trouble,' he said to the magazine. In addition to performing at her fundraiser in August, Bon Jovi has campaigned for Clinton in New Jersey. Springsteen has not officially campaigned for the Democratic nominee, but he told Rolling Stone earlier this year she would make a: 'very, very good president'. In the same interview, he called Trump a 'moron'. Springsteen has also been an avid supporter of Barack Obama throughout the president's two terms.