Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler sends President Trump cease and desist to not use their music anymore

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In typical Hollywood fashion, Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler doesn’t want to be associated with President Trump. To end that he has sent a cease and desist via his lawyer, Dina LaPolt.

Trump played the Aerosmith song ‘Livin on the Edge’ at a West Virginia rally, which prompted the elder Tyler to react. In the letter Tyler’s attorney claims that the use of his music “gives the false impression that Tyler is endorsing Trump’s presidency.”

Never have we seen the level of hurt feelings in American history like we’re seeing with a Trump Presidency. Tyler’s attorney referenced the Lanham Act, a law which “prohibits any false designation or misleading description, or representation of fact. likely to cause confusion, affiliation, connection, or association of such person with another person.”

We can’t speak for all of you Patriots, but any musician or actor who acts like a petulant child, America First Media has decided to not support. It’s really that simple, isn’t it Patriots?

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Jerrie Williams
Jerrie Williams
3 years ago

Absolutely agree Matt! I have already voiced my opinion on his Twitter page! These overpaid morons disgust me! The good news is, he will feel the wrath from the Trump supporters in masses!
Thank you to you and your team for working so hard in getting us answers! God be with you all!