A video that President Donald Trump posted on Twitter for his reelection campaign has been removed at the request of Linkin Park. In the video the song In The End could be heard, but the band had not given permission for that.

Linkin Park announced on Saturday evening that the band had taken action to remove the video. “Linkin Park did not support – and support – Trump and does not allow his organization to use our music,” the group said in a statement on Twitter . “A summons letter has been sent.”

Chester Bennington, the lead singer of Linkin Park who died on July 20, 2017, was outspokenly anti-Trump. A few months before his death, Bennington tweeted, “I repeat … Trump is a bigger threat to the US than terrorism! We must use our votes and stand for what we believe in.” With this, Bennington referred to a tweet with the same message, which he posted in December 2015.

‘Much love to everyone in the Twitter community’

The deleted Trump video featured a cover version of In The End performed by Tommee Profitt, Fleurie and Jung Youth. Jung Youth responded to the incident in a tweet on Saturday : “Earlier today I found out that Trump illegally used a cover song in a propaganda video that I am part of … everyone who knows me knows that I am firmly against bigotry and racism. Much love to everyone in the Twitter community who helped get the video removed. “

It is not the first time that Trump has been dealing with artists who object to the use of their music during the Trump campaign. REM, Rihanna, Pharrell, Guns N ‘Roses, Steven Tyler, Adele, Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, George Harrison’s heirs and Tom Petty’s heirs, among others, do not want their music to be used by Trump.