Donald Trump Says He'll Stop Using Aerosmith Song, Has a 'Better One to Take Its Place'

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump arrives at a campaign rally at the American Airlines Center on Sept. 14, 2015 in Dallas, Texas. More than 20,000 tickets have been distributed for the event.

"Steven Tyler got more publicity on his song request than he’s gotten in ten years," Trump tweets.

Steven Tyler is the latest artist to tell Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump not to use one of his songs on the campaign trail. And even though he's a huge fan of the rocker, Trump is acting unfazed by the diss.

Trump has used Aerosmith's "Dream On" during various campaign events, but Tyler's camp recently took legal action to make sure it never happens again. On Oct. 10, a second cease-and-desist letter related to usage of the song was sent to Trump for President Inc. 

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On Wednesday (Oct. 14), the presidential candidate decided to take to Twitter to respond to the controversy in true Trump fashion.

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Now we wait to see what song Trump picks next.