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Actually, it is very telling that he has no respect for an artist's wishes, and we will see how calmly he takes the criticism
Shortly after his appearance the band’s deceased frontman Freddie Mercury, under the incorrect spelling “Freddy Mercury,” began trending on Twitter. Many users believed that the British vocalist, who was gay, would not have approved of the use of his song for Republican purposes. Read several of the responses below.
Follow Chris Cillizza ✔ @TheFix My guess is that Freddie Mercury would not likely have been a Trump supporter 10:23 AM - 19 Jul 2016 220 220
igorvolsky ✔ @igorvolsky Trump comes out to Freddie Mercury, who the GOP platform would send to ex-gay therapy. 10:24 AM - 19 Jul 2016 2,375 2,375 Retweets 2,832 2,832 likes Follow
Melania Trump @SaraJBenincasa Donald Trump appeared in a dry ice silhouette while Freddie Mercury played because he loves queer immigrant men oh wait nope 11:15 AM - 19 Jul 2016 34 34 Retweets 93 93 likes Follow
Chris Meloni ✔ @Chris_Meloni The sound u hear is Freddie Mercury rolling over in his grave
adversities has Trump ever overcome?
It’s not been easy for me,” Trump continued. “It has not been easy for me, and, you know, I started off in Brooklyn my father gave me a small loan of $1 million. I came into Manhattan, and I had to pay him back and pay him back with interest.”
Queen founding member Brian May had criticized Trump recently in an open letter for using their song.
“I can confirm that permission to use the track was neither sought nor given,” he wrote. “Regardless of our views on Mr Trump’s platform, it has always been against our policy to allow Queen music to be used as a political campaigning tool.”