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‘Not OK’: Neil Young speaks out after Trump uses songs at Mount Rushmore event

Neil Young took to Twitter on Friday to blast U.S. President Donald Trump for using his songs at a 4th of July rally at Mount Rushmore.

New U.S. citizen Neil Young posts open letter to Donald Trump: ‘You are a disgrace to my country’ “This is NOT ok with me…,” Young tweeted Friday evening.This is NOT ok with me… https://t.co/Q9j9NRPMhi— Neil Young Archives (@NeilYoungNYA) July 4, 2020Two of Young’s songs — Rockin’ in the Free World and Like a Hurricane — were played at the event before Trump’s arrival at the event in South Dakota.The land around Mount Rushmore is considered sacred by the Lakota Sioux people, who lived in the area before gold was located.On Friday, more than 100 protesters, many Indigenous, lined the road leading to Mount

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