Sharon Osbourne rips Trump over 'unauthorized use' of 'Crazy Train' song to mock NBC, MSNBC on Twitter
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Sharon Osbourne slammed President TrumpDonald John TrumpMarine unit in Florida reportedly pushing to hold annual ball at Trump property Giuliani clashes with CNN's Cuomo, calls him a 'sellout' and the 'enemy' Giuliani says 'of course' he asked Ukraine to look into Biden seconds after denying it MORE on Thursday after he tweeted a video with the intro of Ozzy Osbourne’s signature song “Crazy Train” to mock NBC and MSNBC for technical glitches during the first Democratic presidential debate.

“Based on this morning’s unauthorized use of @OzzyOsbourne’s ‘Crazy Train,’ we are sending notice to the Trump campaign they are forbidden from using Ozzy’s music in political ads,” Sharon Osbourne tweeted.

A microphone issue briefly interrupted the first Democratic debate Wednesday night, leading Trump to knock the host networks for the technical difficulty.


.@NBCNews and @MSNBC should be ashamed of themselves for having such a horrible technical breakdown in the middle of the debate," he tweeted during the debate. "Truly unprofessional and only worthy of a FAKE NEWS Organization, which they are!"

On Thursday, Trump followed up with an edited video of the debate in which the lights are turned off and the intro to “Crazy Train” is heard in the background.

The president then appears, along with a slogan for his reelection campaign.

Osbourne offered other songs Trump could use from musicians who have voiced support for him in the past, including Kanye WestKanye Omari WestA$AP Rocky's lawyer won't appeal Swedish verdict The evolution of Taylor Swift's political activism Authorities won't appeal verdict in A$AP Rocky case MORE. “Maybe @KayneWest ('Gold Digger'), @KidRock ('I Am the Bullgod') or @TedNugent ('Stranglehold') allow,” she tweeted.

Osbourne has previously said she wasn’t a fan of Trump as a presidential candidate, saying in 2015 that “if he was running for mayor of New York, or he was running to be a senator, God bless you. But to represent this country at this particular time,” he wasn’t the right fit.