The Stones said in a statement Sunday that their legal team is working with music rights organization BMI to stop use of their material in Trump's reelection campaign.

The Rolling Stones are not the first major act to call on the president to stop using their songs. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images), TULSA, OKLAHOMA - JUNE 18: People visit the memorial to the Black Wall Street Massacre June 18, 2020 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. }; // hmpg_ads.push(c); It was initially played at Republican party primaries. AOL = {}; An image shared on Facebook more than 25,000 times claims President Donald Trump called the Rolling Stones un-American for not allowing him to use their music at rallies. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images), TULSA, OKLAHOMA - JUNE 18: Tributes to George Floyd are laid at the base of a Black Wall Street mural, also called the Greenwood District, June 18, 2020 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. // AOL.hmpg_ads = hmpg_ads; function getMn(sizeMnArray, magicNumber, sizeArray, divId, width, height, des) { var yaftConf = { $(divID).closest('.m-ad').addClass('m-ad--mobile_moment') perf_navigationtime: 2, (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images), TULSA, OKLAHOMA - JUNE 18: Trump 2020 face masks and other merchandise are shown for sale outside the BOK Center June 18, 2020 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0], '//c2.taboola.com/nr/aol-aol/newsroom.js'); AOL.getDeviceState = getDeviceState; Had he done so, it would have been picked up by major media outlets, yet none have reported on it. } else { Keith Richards, guitarist for the legendary rock 'n roll band the Rolling Stones, said the US should "get rid" of President Donald Trump -- and recalled when he said he … Donald Trump is pushing back on the Rolling Stones' request that he refrain from using their songs on the campaign trail, saying that he and his campaign "have the rights to use them." The Black Wall Street Massacre occurred in Tulsa in the year 1921 and was one of the worst race riots in the history of the United States where more than 35 square blocks of a predominantly black neighborhood were destroyed in two days of rioting leaving between 150-300 people dead. window.adSetOthAT && window.adSetOthAT('kvblogname=news;kvcategory=news;kvpub=aol;kvpubmarket=us;kvpubsection=news;kvcmsid=bsd:24539482;kveditags=donald-trump:rolling-stones:trump-campaign;kventryid=24539482;kvblogger=courtney-oberlies;'); var isMobile = 0; (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images), TULSA, OKLAHOMA - JUNE 18: A woman poses for photos in front of a mural marking Black Wall Street, also called the Greenwood District, June 18, 2020 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Get breaking news and big stories on your desktop. AOL.isTablet = false; // required by dynamic-lede.js, isAutoRotateDisabled() } “This could be the last time President Donald Trump uses Stones songs. Searching Trump’s verified Twitter accounts – @realDonaldTrump and @POTUS – and ProPublica’s archive of his deleted tweets turned up no matches. Woman slams Starbucks barista over mask rule; he gets $30K in tips }; Queen complained when Trump walked on stage to their anthem, We Are The Champions, during a Republican party event in Cleveland, Ohio, in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election. But there’s no evidence of Trump calling the band un-American. Musician Neil Young and the family of Tom Petty have also asked the Trump campaign not to use their music during events, according to the Associated Press.

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