Published: Ср, Апреля 10, 2019
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Trump's video tweet using Batman music removed due to copyright

Trump's video tweet using Batman music removed due to copyright

The video features clips of political opponents like former President Barack Obama and Trump's erstwhile nemesis Hillary Clinton, as well as his North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong-un. The video also uses the same font as the film's titles, Variety reported.

"The use of Warner Bros.' score from 'The Dark Knight Rises" in the campaign video was unauthorized, ' a Warner Brothers spokesperson said in a statement obtained by NBC News. MateyProductions, the account that posted the video originally, did cite Zimmer as the source for the soundtrack, but judging from Warner Bros.' action, that account may not have had permission to use it either. The video shows a headline, saying Mueller's office found no proof of conspiracy between the Kremlin and Trump's campaign.

The clip closes with "Trump the great victory" and then, "2020".

The White House has sought to portray Trump's and/or his social media team's habit of lifting copyrighted material for ego-stroking purposes as some kind of bastardized, populist patriotic tradition.

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The video amassed 1.85 million views within first five hours of Trump tweeting it to his millions of followers.

Musicians, including Prince, Pharell and The Rolling Stones have all complained about Trump using their music during his campaign rallies.

Trump notably tried to be "hip" when he posted that "sanctions are coming" in November as a play on the popular "Game of Thrones" phrase.

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