Finneas has taken less than subtle aim at Donald Trump on new song ‘Where The Poison Is’. 

Following Trump’s presidential election defeat, Finneas captioned the link to the track on Twitter with “you’re fired.”

The song’s lyrics leave little to the imagination, directly referencing Trump’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

When all my friends get sick it’s on the President,” he sings, “when all my friends get sick it’s on his government.”

Seemingly referring to the White House, Finneas sings “take me to the place where the poison is/to put a face to what’s poisonous/to give him a little taste of his medicine.

As if that wasn’t blistering enough, other lyrics include “there’s a snake that thinks it’s the President” and “can’t say I’m proud to be American.

Unsurprisingly, Finneas expressed his relief over Biden’s victory shortly after the result was announced.

“To anyone who follows me or anyone else who has been talking about this election for months on end. Who paid attention, saw the good that could be achieved, went out, cast a vote, encouraged a friend to vote, voted differently than your republican parents,” he tweeted.

Finneas’ sister and longtime musical partner Billie Eilish has also been a vocal supporter of Biden, revealing she was “through the roof” after his win.

“This is unbelievable, I am so happy. I am through the roof,” she said in a video posted to Instagram.

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“I wanted to say thank you to everybody that changed their mind, or got out there and fucking voted, even if you voted for the first time, whatever. Don’t let anybody tell you your voice does not matter,” she said.

Check out ‘Where The Poison Is’, the new song by Finneas that calls out Trump: