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Linkin Park File Cease And Desist After U.S. President Donald Trump Shares Video Featuring Their Music


Linkin Park filed a cease and desist order in regards to their song “In The End” being used in a campaign-style video for U.S. President Donald Trump tonight (July 18th). Trump himself retweeted the video this evening via his official Twitter account, before Twitter disabled the media playback in the video in light of Linkin Park‘s complaint. The video racked up some 3.5 million views before being being disabled.

Trump retweeted the video from Dan Scavino, who serves as the White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications. Linkin Park themselves commented via social media:

Months prior to his 2017 death, late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington shared the following of Trump on his social media:

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