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The Rolling Stones you have been warned the president of the united States, Donald Trump, who do not use their songs in their rallies and that, if it continues to do so, you will have to face legal actions.
A statement from the band, published by the american press, says that has already placed the matter in the hands of his legal team and that they are in contact with the international association that protects the rights of the author, BMI , to not continue the use is not authorized by the Trump of the songs of Rolling Stones .
The campaign of Trump used the song “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” at his last rally of Tulsa, in Oklahoma, even though I already did it for the first time in a rally of 2016.
“This could be the last time that president Donald Trump uses songs from the Stones,” says a statement from the band cited by the daily ‘Deadline’, which specialises in information on Hollywood and the entertainment world.
“despite the directives of the cease and desist of Donald Trump in the past, the Rolling Stones are taking additional measures to prevent the use of their songs in the future in any of their political campaigns”, they warn.
“The legal team of the Stones you are working with BMI. BMI has notified the campaign of Trump in the name of the Stones that the unauthorized use of their songs constitute a violation of your license agreement. If Donald Trump ignores the exclusion and persists, it will face a lawsuit for playing music in an unauthorized manner,” the statement said.
In a tweet of 2006, the band already said that they did not support Donald Trump.
this is Not the first time that the president, Donald Trump has problems for using songs at their rallies and in a manner not authorized by the authors.
The family of Tom Petty, killed in 2017 by overdose, warned president Trump that didn’t use “I Won’t Back Down” at the rally in Tulsa. In a tweet, the family of Petty considered that, in addition to not having been authorized, the singer would never have wanted his song to be used “in a campaign of hatred”.