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Prince estate slams Trump campaign for using iconic song at rally

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Los Angeles, Oct 11 (IANS) The estate of late musician Prince has strongly censured US President Donald Trump's campaign managers for playing the late rockstar's iconic number "Purple rain" during a Minneapolis rally.
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News video: Prince’s Estate Upset Trump Campaign ‘Broke Promise’ by Playing ‘Purple Rain’ at Minneapolis Rally

Prince’s Estate Upset Trump Campaign ‘Broke Promise’ by Playing ‘Purple Rain’ at Minneapolis Rally 01:01

President Trump’s reelection campaign drew the ire of Prince’s estate for breaking a promise not to use the artist’s music when Trump visited Minneapolis for a rally. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has more.

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