Betty Buckley Speaks Out About Trump Playing ‘Memory’ at His Rallies


Composers and songwriters are speaking out about not letting Trump play their songs during his rallies.

As we previously reported, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s UK-based company Really Useful Group sent a cease-and-desist to Trump’s campaign over using the song “Memory” from the musical Cats.

But reportedly, their requests “went ignored,” according to Page Six.

Betty Buckley, who originated the song in the smash musical, is speaking out about Trump’s “superspreader events,” saying they are “exacerbating the problem” that “is keeping [Broadway actors] unemployed.”

She added, “By January the utter hell of your presidency … will be nothing more than a memory.”

Well… the musicians have spoken!

H/T: Page Six.