Trump Video ‘Had To Fall’ After Linkin Park Song Copyright Complaints

Adrian Ovalle

A Donald Trump video plug bit the dust Saturday after a copyright grievance that it duped a version of the Linkin Park song “In The End.”

The band’s late frontman, Chester Bennington, frequently attacked the president, stating in 2017 that “Trump is a greater threat to the USA than terrorism.”

The video Trump retweeted earlier included a cover of “In The End” that starts silently and ominously, obviously indicating the Democrats will sound in the apocalypse. It was obviously made by Trump fans and posted on Twitter, The New york city Post reported.

“Time is a valuable thing. Watch it fly by as the pendulum swings. Watch it count down to the end of the day,” caution the lyrics of “In the End.” “The clock ticks life away.”

You can still see what was originally posted here:

This was taken down. Retweet

–] intheMatrixxx [( @intheMatrixxx) July 19,2020

Now retweets of the video read: “This media has been disabled in response to a report by the copyright owner.”

The “In the End” cover featured in the video was produced by Fleurie and Jung Youth, who obviously challenged the video over copyright infringement.

Youth blasted Trump’s usage of the song for his “propaganda video” in a tweet Saturday.

He added: “Everyone who knows me know I stand firmly against bigotry and racism.” He thanked everyone in the Twitter community who “helped get the video taken down.”

Previously today I learnt that trump unlawfully utilized a cover song that I belong to in a propaganda video which he tweeted … anybody who understands me understands I stand securely versus bigotry and bigotry. Much love to everybody in the twitter neighborhood who assisted get the video removed fr!!

— JUNG YOUTH (@JUNGYOUTHmusic) July 19,2020

The video was likewise retweeted by Trump’s brand-new campaign manager Expense Stepien, and Jung Youth looked out:

Fuck trump!!!! Def do not authorize this use of my music simply FYI

— JUNG YOUTH (@JUNGYOUTHmusic) July 18, 2020

Linkin Park and Fleurie and Jung Youth fans exploded when they understood the song had actually been pirated to serve Trump.

@realdonaldtrump hello, good copyright violation with the Linkin park song I ‘d like to let you understand that Chester fucking hated you and the band dislikes you.

— a BLM (@hamsIut) July 18, 2020

Do not disgrace Linkin Park with your piece of shit campaign advertisement

— Syn (@NotPyrocynical5) July 18,2020

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