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It’s all over now, Rolling Stones tell US president

You’ll be a fool to try and use our songs: Stones warn Trump PICTURE: WIREMAGE

THE Rolling Stones have threatened Donald Trump with legal action if he continues to use their songs at his US re-election campaign rallies.

Band lawyers are working with music rights organisation the BMI over the president using Stones material despite ‘cease-and-desist’ directives.

Their 1968 song You Can’t Always Get What You Want was used at last week’s rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Yesterday, the Stones — fronted by Sir Mick Jagger, 76 — said the BMI had notified the Trump campaign that unauthorised use of their songs was a breach of its licensing agreement.

‘If Donald Trump disregards the exclusion he would face a lawsuit for breaking the embargo,’ they added.

The band complained during his 2016 campaign about the use of their songs. Earlier this month, the family of Tom Petty issued a legal warning over I Won’t Back Down being used a rally.