Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne beat up President Donald Trump for his unauthorized use of "Crazy Train" in a Twitter video where the mainstream Democratic candidates for 2020 are mocked.
The video released Trump on Thursday morning contains footage of Dr. the technical difficulties that clouded the first Democratic primary on Wednesday in conjunction with the song Ozzy the dry ice effects and Trump . "Trump Pence makes America great again! 2020" fills the screen. The footage begins immediately after presenter Chuck Todd asked a question about shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Sharon Osbourne wrote in a statement in the social media: "Based on the illicit use of Ozzy Osbourne & # 39; Crazy Train & # 39; this morning we inform the Trump campaign (or other campaigns) about being banned from using Ozzy Osbourne music in political ads or political campaigns. Ozzy Music can Proposal for Mr. Trump ̵
One year ago said Sharon that she "wakes up" anxiously because she knows that Trump is the US President, and stated that she does not "Feel sure that everything is going smoothly and people have control over what they should be in control of. "
Ozzy's wife and manager, who holds dual American and British nationality, became acquainted with Trump collaborated with him on "The Celebrity Apprentice" of a reality show with one A-list for middle-class celebrities struggling to raise money for their favorite charities.
] Sharon previously said that she "never thought for a minute" that Trump would win the US presidency, and instead believed that the White House run of the Real Estate Mogul was really meant to boost its business success. "I just thought he built his name worldwide," she said SiriusXM 's "Jim Norton & Sam Roberts" . "So it would be bigger in the Arab Emirates and bigger in Russia and China because he runs for president, so overall it was good for his business so I thought: 'Oh, sir, it's going to be Trump Hotels all over the world because it's good for the brand. & # 39; And I never would have thought for a minute that he would win – never. "
When asked how her personal experience in Collaboration with Trump looked Sharon to "Jim Norton & Sam Roberts" : "To be honest, he was always very, very nice to me and also to his wife, she was gracious, I felt very, very bad for her from day one because she did not. "She signed up for the Trump hotel, and she did not registered for the First Lady. It is not her thing. That's why it's very hard for her. And I think if you know that your husband is not liked and revered by some people, but so many people do not like him, it will be hard for them.
Prior to the 2016 presidential elections, Sharon called Trump "disgusting" and "completely crazy." She also said Conan O'Brien that she would be "scared" when Trump was actually elected president, "because he's a narcissist," she said. "He's just – he knows that about himself … and if someone disagrees with him, he does not take it well. And to think that this man would have his hand on this button – can you imagine that? He has such a fast, fiery temperament.
This is not the first time that Trump has been attacked by artists for using their popular music without permission. AEROSMITH GUNS N & ROSES  19659012] THE ROLLING STONES Neil Young and Tom Petty demanded it all Trump stopped playing her songs, a request from his time as Republican presidential candidate .
Campaigns are often able to hold blanket licenses from performance organizations such as the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers ( ASCAP ) and Broadcast Music Inc. ( BMI ) when their rallies are held in key public places such as convention centers and arenas, but artists may be able to block the songs with a contract clause specific to political combat The BMI clause states that certain works may be "excluded" from a music license for political entities when a songwriter or publisher objects. ASCAP reportedly contains a similar provision.
Statement by Sharon Osbourne on behalf of Ozzy Osbourne on Donald J. Trump's unauthorized use of Osbournes' Crazy …
Posted by Sharon Osbourne on Thursday, June 27, 2019
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