Donald Trump has used a string of catchy songs to promote his candidacy, but one song he hasn’t used is one that the president-elect has praised as a “tremendously mess.”
The president-elec has used the song “Jingle Bells” for his presidential campaign and is now a favorite among Trump’s loyal fans, as well as among conservatives.
“The song is a great tune.
It’s a great song,” Trump told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly on Tuesday.
“I’m going to go out and sing it and it’s going to be a tremendous mess.”
On Twitter, Trump called it “the song that makes the Trump campaign,” according to a tweet posted by the New York Times.
The song, by the country singer Bob Marley, was released in 1970 and is one of Marley’s most popular songs, according to Wikipedia.
It was originally written for Marley to promote a new song called “The Great Journey,” which was written for the Beatles.
Marley had been asked to perform it for the first time at the 1965 White House Correspondents’ Dinner, which was hosted by George Wallace, according the website of the White House Historical Association.
Wallace, who was later elected to Congress, gave Marley a standing ovation as the song was performed.
Trump has said Marley is a “great songwriter,” but he did not specifically say whether he favored the song as his campaign slogan.
“What the president of the United States said is, ‘I want to make the music great again,'” Trump said in a September interview on Fox News.
“But I want to put the best music out there that I can, so I’m gonna do what I can to make sure that the music is great.”
In another tweet, Trump said that he had written the song to promote Marley.
“Bob Marley was a great artist.
He was a tremendous musician.
I wrote the song ‘Jingle-Bells’ to promote Bob Marleys music and the great Bob Marly,” he wrote.
“He is one great artist who I want all the artists to be able to do well.
Bob Marley was a very talented man, a great musician, a tremendous artist.”
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the tweet.
Trump’s use of Marleys song comes amid reports that he was in talks to purchase the music rights to Marley classics, such as “Jolene,” “I Shot the Sheriff,” and “I Heard It Through the Grapevine.”
He has also been asked about his use of the Marley songs on the stump and has said that the lyrics should be used to help people.
“You can do whatever you want with the words,” Trump said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday.
“Just don’t make it into a political statement.
It should be about what you’re trying to do.”
Marley has a history of making controversial comments, including his opposition to gay marriage and his support of the Confederate flag.
“When I sang ‘Jolne,'” Marley told Rolling Stone in 2011, “it was a political song.
That’s what I wanted to do.
That was my intention.”