Twitter disabled a campaign-style video that President Donald Trump retweeted on Saturday following a complaint from Linkin Park over the unauthorized usage of their song In the End.
美国总统唐纳德·特朗普周六转发了一个与竞选有关的视频，推特将其删除了，因为林肯公园乐队举报称视频中使用《In the End》这首歌没有经过他们授权。
The group’s fans rushed to criticize Trump Saturday night claiming that the band’s lead singer Chester Bennington would be ‘turning in his grave’.
Fans also shared a tweet from Bennington, who died by suicide in 2017, in which he harshly criticized Trump before he won the presidency.
‘Linkin Park did not and does not endorse Trump, nor authorize his organization to use any of our music. A cease and desist has been issued,’ the band wrote.
It came as the video, originally shared by White House social media director Dan Scavino, was removed from the social media site, and replaced with a warning that said it had been disabled because of copyright infringement.
It had not contained the band’s original version of In the End but a cover made by Fleurie and Jung Youth.
视频中的并不是该乐队原唱的《In the End》这首歌，而是Fleurie和Jung Youth翻唱的。
When Trump first retweeted the video, social media users had been quick to push him as to whether permission had been given.
‘The lead singer for your background song (Linkin Park) is turning in his grave right now,’ one fan wrote in response. ‘I doubt his widow appreciates you using it either.’
‘Please sue this man,’ another added. ‘Linkin Park’s music has helped me through the darkest moments of my life. Chester was against what Trump stands for. Don’t let him use this music for his gain…’