The video opens showing Washington, DC, and a number of Democrats, including former U.S. president Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, who lost to Trump in the 2016 election. Then they call you a racist.
'We are working through the appropriate legal channels to have it removed'.
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump tweeted the two-minute video with the caption "Make America Great Again".
The unauthorized use of a sound track from the "The Dark Knight Rises" in a campaign video received a strong response from Warner Bros. "Your vote proved them all wrong", the video reads.
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Despite the inconvenience, the anonymous informers insisted the rest of the royal family doesn't hold it against the Duchess. In February Thomas Markle Jr branded sister Samantha "jealous and bitter" as he begged for the family to be reunited.
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Nationwide some "141 rivers burst their banks and around 400 landslides were reported", he told state TV. Meanwhile, Pakistan extended deepest condolences and sympathies to the victims of the floods.
The video also featured Rosie Rosie O'Donnell, Bryan Cranston, Amy Schumer, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, John Dickerson and Bill Clinton. "2020", declared the video, using the font.
It's not the first time Trump has taken heat for using music in his campaigning. Before it was removed, the video had garnered more than two million views. "We like to share content from diehard supporters, and this is just another example of how hard Trump supporters fight for the President".
Warner Brothers Pictures released a statement on Tuesday saying that they would file a copyright infringement suit against the White House.
Trump tweeted that "Sanctions Are Coming" during heightened tensions with Iran a year ago, a reference to the popular term used in Game of Thrones.