MusicSee Phil Collins’ Cease Desist Letter to Trump Over ‘In The Air Tonight’October 26, 2020 by admin 0 Comments Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Exclusive Phil Collins is still NOT feeling Donald Trump‘s rally playlist … he wants the Prez’s campaign to quit pumping “In The Air Tonight” through its PA speakers. Here’s the deal … Trump’s campaign blared Phil’s hit song at his Des Moines rally earlier this month — and at several others since then — and the singer is royally pissed. Phil’s legal team fired off a cease and desist letter to Trump’s camp, obtained by TMZ, claiming the song choice makes it seem like Phil’s fully onboard the Trump train, which he’s not. In the legal doc, Phil says he wants no affiliation whatsoever with Trump or his campaign … and he rips the President for seemingly making light of the coronavirus pandemic with the song choice. Play video content 10/14/20 FOX News Phil says he doesn’t condone trivializing COVID-19 and says he’s worried Trump’s gonna stain his reputation if he keeps playing the song at rallies. He also claims Trump pulled the same stunt back in June at the infamous Tulsa rally, and didn’t respond to an earlier cease and desist. Bottom line … Phil’s demanding an assurance from Trump that he’ll keep his songs off his playlists at future rallies. This article was originally published by Tmz.com. Read the original article here. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Articles You May Like President Trump Pardons Lil Wayne Deshaun Watson Begs Texans Fans To Cancel March For QB, ‘COVID Is Spreading’ Eric Church Teaming Up With Jazmine Sullivan For Super Bowl LV National Anthem Netflix Omits Controversial Episode from MTV’s ‘The Challenge’ Kanye West’s Getting DIVORCE Lawyers Involved!