This isn't the first time the Aerosmith frontman has asked the president to stop using the band's music. The Trump campaign received two similar letters in 2015 for using Aerosmith songs at events, CNN reported.
This week's letter says, according to AP, that by using the song, the president "is falsely implying that our client, once again, endorses his campaign and/or his presidency."
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Tyler also went to Trump's favorite platform to reach out to fans and followers, Twitter, to explain that it isn't politics. Rather Tyler doesn't let anyone use the music without his OK.
There has been no comment from Trump’s campaign.
But the letter outlines that Trump has to respond with a confirmation of compliance in letter form within 24 hours of receiving the cease-and-desist request, CNN reported.