Warner Bros. Slams Trump For Unauthorized Use of Copyrighted Music In His 2020 Video on Twitter

Updated On 10 Apr, 2019 Published On

Warner Bros. Pictures has taken a dig at the President of United States Donald Trump. The company reportedly shut down the video posted by the president on Twitter claiming a copyright issue.

The 2-minute long Twitter video concerning the 2020 campaign, which had the background music from The Dark Knight Rises, was removed just a few hours after Trump posted it on Twitter.

Talking about the issue, the spokesperson of the Warner Bros. said,

The use of Warner Bros.’ score from 'The Dark Knight Rises' in the campaign video was unauthorized. We are working through the appropriate legal channels to have it removed

Shortly after the copyright claim on Tuesday night, the video was replaced by a message saying, 

This media has been disabled in response to a report by the copyright owner.

Well, the video clip opened showing a number of Democrats that also included former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. The clip further showed three sentences one after another that read,

Then they laugh at you. The last reads: Then they call you racist.

The video clip further summarised his works by far including a clip from his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the confirmation that was made by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and also the Robert Mueller investigation into the involvement of Russian 2016 election.

Well, the final message on his video read, 

your vote proved them all wrong" and dubbing Trump's 2020 election "the great victory

The video received views of over 1.58 million with 5 hours of the post.