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A video tweeted by President Trump was removed from Twitter on Saturday after the publisher of R.E.M.’s songs complained about the band’s music being used in the video, CNBC reported.

Trump shared the video, which mocked Democrats with excerpts from his Feb. 5 State of the Union address. The roughly two-minute video featured R.E.M.’s 1992 hit single “Everybody Hurts” alongside close-ups of Democrats who looked displeased during Trump’s address.

The article goes on to state the following:

A lawyer for Universal Music Publishing Group reportedly asked Twitter to remove the original video on Friday after it was first posted by the user @CarpeDonktum.

The video was not accessible on Twitter on Saturday afternoon. Trump later shared a different version of the video that kept the same images as the one before but instead featured Lee Greenwood’s song “God Bless the USA.”

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