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Trump: Aerosmith Dispute ‘Worked Out’

Donald Trump and Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler have worked out their differences over Trump’s use of the bands song Dream On.

“That’s all worked out,” Trump told reporters on Monday at the Problem Solver Convention sponsored by No Labels and The Hill before walking to the stage while the power ballad, his campaign theme, played.

The Hill reports:

The Associated Press reported on Sunday that attorneys representing Steven Tyler, Aerosmith’s lead singer, sent two cease-and-desist letters to Trump’s campaign asking him to stop using the ballad.

The letter said Trump did not have permission to use the song as was giving the false impression that Tyler had endorsed him, according to The AP.

Trump had a similar dispute with R.E.M., who protested his campaigning using their hit, “It’s the End of the World as We Know it (And I Feel Fine).”

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