All of this comes on top of the pile of artists who’ve been protesting Trump’s use of their songs throughout his entire campaign—including Adele, R.E.M., Aerosmith, and Neil Young.

But artists generally don’t get to decide who can play their music and who can’t. Usage rights for major artists are managed by performing rights organizations. And as long as those firms have blessed the licensing requests, Trump and the GOP can play the music of their choosing.

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