By Jonathan Hailey

Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler did not approve of Donald Trump’s use of the band’s song “Dream On,” in his presidential campaign and asked the candidate to stop using it.

According to Billboard, Steven Tyler’s attorneys sent Trump for President Inc,  two cease and desist letters with the second one arriving on October 10th. The reality star and businessman used “Dream On” at several different events because he is a big fan of the rock band. Tyler took legal action because the first warning to stop using “Dream On” was ignored.

Related: 10 Songs Donald Trump Can Use for his Presidential Campaign

In true Trump fashion, the Donald responded that Aerosmith should be thanking him.

The Donald used his virtual mouthpiece, Twitter, to express his feelings about having to stop using the Aerosmith classic at his campaign events. Trump said he wasn’t going to use the song anymore because he found a better one. He also said Steven Tyler should be glad he used the song because it’s the most people have requested the song in ten years.

Check out the tweets below.


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