If U.S. President Donald Trump continues to use The Rolling Stones songs during campaign meetings, legal action will follow. The British pop group recorded that in a statement on Saturday.

At Trump's meeting in Tulsa last week, You Can't Always Get What You Want was played by The Rolling Stones, despite the pop group repeatedly saying they are not happy with it.

During the 2016 election campaign, the song was also regularly used by Trump's campaign team, after which The Rolling Stones announced that they were not behind Donald Trump.

In Saturday's statement, the group says they are going to take legal action to make all of their material a restricted area for Trump because previous summons have made little difference. Using music without permission from the copyright holder is against the law.

More artists don't want their music to be used by Trump

Last week, the family of Tom Petty, who died in 2017, reacted with disapproval that Petty's song I Won't Back Down was played at the meeting in Tulsa. "Trump was in no way empowered to use this number to continue a campaign that leaves too many Americans - and common sense - behind," the family said in a statement.

The Trump campaign has faced a number of other instances where artists have objected to the use of their music at campaign meetings. REM, Rihanna, Pharrell, Guns N 'Roses, Steven Tyler, Adele, Neil Young and the heirs of George Harrison, among others, do not want their music to be used by Trump.