Donald Trump campaign’s music choices cause more controversy after ban on using songs from the Rolling Stones, Neil Young and Tom Petty

//Donald Trump campaign’s music choices cause more controversy after ban on using songs from the Rolling Stones, Neil Young and Tom Petty

Donald Trump campaign’s music choices cause more controversy after ban on using songs from the Rolling Stones, Neil Young and Tom Petty

US President Donald Trump arrived at a rally in the state of Michigan last week to the Creedence Clearwater Revival song Fortunate Son – a curious choice for a wealthy heir who avoided the Vietnam draft by receiving five medical deferrals.“Some folks are born, silver spoon in hand. Lord, don’t they help themselves, y’all,” the song goes, later adding in the chorus: “I ain’t no millionaire’s son, no, no.”It caught the attention of the song’s writer, John Fogerty, who said he was confused about…

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