The White Stripes Are "Disgusted" by Donald Trump's Use of "Seven Nation Army" for Campaign

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The White Stripes' Meg White and Jack White

The duo have publicly denounced the Republican presidential nominee's use of their music.

The White Stripes have now joined a lengthy and growing list of artists who have publicly disavowed the use of their music by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

Recently, Trump used the Stripes' rallying "Seven Nation Army" in a campaign video. On Tuesday, Third Man Records posted on Facebook and Twitter that the duo of Meg and Jack White are "disgusted by this association."

The post added, "The White Stripes would like to unequivocally state that they have nothing whatsoever to do with this video."

Previous artists who have voiced similar sentiments include Adele, Neil Young, Steven Tyler, Earth Wind & Fire, Michael Stipe of R.E.M. and The Rolling Stones.

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