US President Donald Trump tweeted a Nickleback video meme that featured a doctored music clip of the rock band. Sadly, the world will no longer be able to see the meme.
President Donald Trump posted a Nickleback video meme on Wednesday. It featured an altered music clip of the rock band. While Trump’s tweet has not been removed, the video has been. Trump captioned it, “LOOK AT THIS PHOTOGRAPH! “
The Nickleback video meme was removed after a copyright complaint. And it was Warner Music Inc who launched this complaint. This comes from information posted in the Lumen Database, which is a project that tracks copyright complaints. If you are already mixing the two, Warner Music Inc. is nowhere connected to WarnerMedia. It is, in fact, CNN’s parent company.
What was the missing meme all about?
Many Nickleback memes make their way to the internet. This one featured the rock band’s 2005 song ‘Photograph.’
But the music clip that Donald Trump shared was altered to target former Vice President Joe Biden and his son.
The tweet was undoubtedly a part of Trump’s ongoing and constant attacks on Joe Biden and his son, Hunter. Trump pressed Ukraine to investigate both of them during a 25 July phone call without any evidence of any wrongdoing by either the son or the father.
While some people criticised the US President for the Nickleback meme, others were convinced Joe Biden and his son are in the wrong.
The democratic leaders launched an impeachment inquiry into the US President Donald Trump following this. But Trump is strictly denying any wrongdoing and has stepped up his attacks on the father-son duo.
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