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June 28, 2020 The Rolling Stones threaten to sue Donald Trump if he continues to use their songs as the soundtrack for election rallies. The Rolling Stone magazine reports. What triggered the new reaction from the legendary British rock band was the fact that Trump used the song "You Can't Always Get What You Want" during a rally a week ago in Tulsa.

The Rolling Stones had already protested during the 2016 election campaign against the unauthorized use of their songs as the soundtrack for a political event. But the injunctions from their lawyers evidently went unheeded, and the president also made "Heart of Stone" ring during the holidays for his inauguration in 2017.

Now, however, reportedly, the band, with frontman Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards in the lead, would have decided to move from words to deeds by turning to a studio specialized in defense of copyright. "This could be the last time Trump uses a Jagger / Richards song for his election campaign - says a statement released by the band - if Donald Trump persists and ignores the injunction, he will face a lawsuit."