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Prince estate slams Trump campaign for playing 'Purple Rain' (again) at Minneapolis event

USATODAY.com Friday, 11 October 2019
"Purple Rain" was played at the Trump rally in Minneapolis Thursday, and the Prince estate is upset, saying campaign officials promised not to do that
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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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