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The anticipated cease-and-desist letter from Rihanna's legal team would not be the first President Trump would be receiving, as a wide range of artistes have previously demanded that he does not use their music at his rallies. "Currently, Rihanna's "Don't Stop the Music" is blaring in Chattanooga as aides toss free Trump T-shirts into the crowd, like a ball game".

Rihanna responded to the tweet to let people know that her music would not be played at a Trump rally again, and also described his rallies as "tragic".

Rihanna hit back at President Trump after a reporter informed the singer her song was being played at the president's rally on Sunday.

Rihanna's pledge comes after announcing her support for Democratic Florida gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum.

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She shared an Instagram post in which she wrote, "You have the opportunity to make history this election".

Therefore, as The Washington Post details, Trump uses the loophole of, "Most of the typical venues for campaign events, such as arenas and convention centers, will already have a blanket license from a performance rights organization in place".

"Lawyers for the singer issued Mr Trump a cease and desist letter after he played the song at a political event in IN 'on the day of the mass murder of 11 human bring at the hands of a deranged 'nationalist, '" Sky News reports. The president chose to use Williams' song, "Happy", mere hours after 11 people lost their lives, to gun violence, at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

During the 2016 election numerous bands and artists, including Adele, the Rolling Stones and Elton John, requested the Trump campaign stop using their material.