Steven Tyler Cease and Desist Order to President

Trump is at it again...using music without permission . This time ( and its not the first time ) the president used an Aerosmith song at a recent rally.  

 According to Variety, "Tyler, 70, wasn't happy with Trump's team blasting out the 1993 hit "Livin' on the Edge" to 13,500 people at the Charleston Civic Center in West Virginia on Tuesday.

Tyler is then said to have sent the letter through his attorney Dina LaPolt, with the singer accusing the president of "willful infringement in broadcasting the song."

Tyler cited the Lanham Act, which prohibits “any false designation or misleading description or representation of fact… likely to cause confusion… as to the affiliation, connection, or association of such person with another person."

Whats more interesting , the letter also stated that by playing the track at the rally gave off the impression that the hitmaker was a fan of the President.

This isn't the first time Trump has used Tyler's music, with the musician previously writing a similar letter regarding his song "Dream On", which Trump used during his 2015 election campaign

I guess Mr. trump believes the copyright laws that protect musicians and their  intellectual property rules dont apply to him...or he just doesnt care .

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