People know that Donald Trump is unattractively cheap. He has left a trail of cities to pick up his expenses for security during Trump 2020 presidential campaign rallies. He left small contractors hanging for jobs building his casino that bankrupted them. Now, this.
The Trump con motto seems to be “cheat them until they catch you.” The president used his family charity to pay for his son’s Boy Scout’s dues. He also scammed the people who enrolled in Trump University. It was not a university, and the people did not get to see Trump either.
Trump just posted a tweet that now says, Buzzfeed News reported:
‘This media has been disabled in response to a report by the copyright owner.’
‘Don’t expect this video — which uses Queen’s We Will Rock You in its entirety — to remain up for long. A rep for Queen told me tonight that the band “has already entered into a process to call for non use of Queen song copyrights by the Trump campaign. This is ongoing.”’
The owner of the copyright owner was not too happy that POTUS lifted their copyrighted song without paying. The campaign posted an ad using the song by Queen We Will Rock You as its soundtrack.
The ad showed the president at rallies speaking to his followers. The campaign posted the ad with the entire song underneath it on October 9.
Within hours of the ad going onto Twitter, the campaign pulled it. A representative for Queen told BuzzFeed News that the president’s 2020 campaign’s use of the band’s song was “unauthorized.” Not only that, but this was not a solitary offense:
‘[The band had] already entered into a process to call for non-use of Queen song copyrights by the Trump campaign. This is ongoing.’
The representative also reported to Buzzfeed News that Queen’s music publisher handled the takedown. Unfortunately by that time, 1.7+ million Trump followers had already viewed it.
Queen has not been the only musical artist group to be troubled by POTUS lifting their music. Last week, Prince’s estate caught the Trump campaign playing Purple Rain at a Minneapolis rally.
The Prince Estate posted a statement on Twitter that read:
“The Prince Estate will never give permission to President Trump to use Prince’s songs.’
Trump’s people also used Nickelback’s Photograph until the video was removed from Twitter just days ago. The dispute was over copyright concerns.
The president’s former personal attorney is sitting in prison for a crime his boss ordered him to commit. He broke campaign donation laws by paying hush money to a porn star and a former Playmate. The latter had a year-long affair at a time that included when First Lady Melania and POTUS’s son was born. Trump was “defendant one” in the case, while Michael Cohen is in the federal penitentiary.
The man in the Oval Office also kept two sets of books for his business. The one for taxes undervalued his assets. At the same time, the other set overpriced his assets to fool banks when he wanted loans.
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