Twitter removes Trump’s Campaign video because of Linkin park song

The social network Twitter has removed the campaign video of US President Donald Trump due to the use of the song In the End of the American rock band Linkin Park in it.

Reported by Reuters.

Twitter has removed the video, which President Trump retweeted from White House smm specialist Dan Skawin, following a complaint from Machine Shop Entertainment about copyright infringement. Machine Shop is a company owned by rock band Linkin Park, according to its LinkedIn page.

On their Twitter page, the musicians commented on the incident. The post says the group “does not support or approve of Trump, nor does it allow his administration to use any music” by the band.

The White House has not yet commented on the situation.