The rock band Linkin Park wants to do with Donald Trump anything. Mike Shinoda and his colleagues sent the American President a cease and desist, because he had to submit a Video with your title "In the End" below. "Linkin Park does not support Trump and has never. We have not allowed him to use our music,“ shared the Californian on Sunday. Trump should have deleted the recording that was seen in the case of Twitter, now and again.
Chester Bennington, the deceased singer of the Band, had expressed shortly after the arrival of real estate investors in the White house in early 2017 against the Republicans. Trump is a greater danger to the United States than terrorism. The Playlist of the President running in the elections at the beginning of November for a second term, meanwhile, is getting shorter and shorter. Before Linkin Park, Tom Petty, Neil Young, and Adele the 74-year-old New Yorker had prohibited to play your songs at campaign events.Date Of Update: 20 July 2020, 11:20