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NICKELBACK RAGE? Twitter pulled President Trump's awesome 'LOOK AT THIS PHOTOGRAPH' meme over alleged copyright violation

And, poof, it was gone.

Twitter pulled the awesome “LOOK AT THIS PHOTOGRAPH” meme President Trump shared on Wednesday over an alleged copyright violation (It’s a Nickelback song playing in the background):

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According to Newsweek, it’s not clear who made the report:

It is not clear who made the copyright report to Twitter. Warner Media Group owns the rights to Nickelback’s music. The owner of the Biden photo is unknown and it has not been publicly credited to anyone.

Twitter and Warner Media Group did not respond immediately to Newsweek‘s requests for comment.

And it’s happened before:

The social media platform has previously removed a video tweeted by Trump that used music from the movie The Dark Knight Riseswhich prompted a copyright complaint by Warner Bros. Pictures.

But t0 paraphrase from the movie “Serenity,” you can’t stop the signal, Jack:

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