One rock and roll band isn't too happy with Donald Trump.
FOX's Laura Ingle tells you who it is in this "Bonus Track":
Taking you deep inside the music.
Twitter fights over music rights at the Republican National Convention. The most notable coming from Queen's guitarist Brian May, when Republican nominee Donald Trump took the stage as their song, "We Are the Champions" blasted away.
The band's publishing company issued this statement, "We are frustrated by the repeated unauthorized use of the song after a previous request to desist, which has obviously has been ignored by Mr. Trump and his campaign."
Queen tweeting, "An unauthorized use at the Republican Convention against our wishes." Brian May has said he does not want their music associated with any mainstream or political debate in any country.
When the Turtles tune "Happy Together" was played by the convention's house band, one member threatened legal action. The legal lowdown, most campaign venues have what is known as a blanket license from the performing rights organizations, meaning the venue can play the music without any copyright infringement issues.
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Donald Trump comes out to Queen's "We Are the Champions" at the Republican National Convention
An unauthorised use at the Republican Convention against our wishes - Queen
-- Queen (@QueenWillRock) July 19, 2016