"Using Warner Bros." The Dark Knight Rises score in the campaign video was unauthorized, "the entertainment company said in a statement on Tuesday," we are working through the appropriate legal ways to eliminate the problem. "
CNN and Warner Bros. share the parent company WarnerMedia, owned by AT & T.
An election campaign assistant told CNN's Jim Acosta that the Trump campaign did not make the video.
"The video was made by a backer," the counselor said. "We'd like to share content with die-hard followers, and this is n Just another example of how hard Trump supporters are fighting for the president. "
Brad Parscale, Trump's campaign manager for 2020, tweeted on Wednesday morning," Sad to see @ ATT owned companies are pulling such a great video was made by an everyday American with a lot of fun.
He also accused the company of "positioning itself as a left-wing weapon."
The video featured highlights of Trump's presidency, interwoven with clippings from its critics, including politicians such as former President Barack Obama and his 2016 opponent Hillary Clinton as well as Hollywood celebrities such as Rosie O'Donnell and Amy Schumer.
The video plays the title that seems to be the theme song from "The Dark Knight Rises."