Donald Trump censors Bob Dylan over “stand naked” claim

DONALD Trump has banned a Bob Dylan song because it contains the line “even the President of the United States sometimes must have to stand naked”.
The measure will apply to all radio and TV stations plus all privately owned CD players, record players, and digital music players.
The White House issued a warning saying the lyric – in the 1965 song It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) – was an example of fake news.
Another line in the same Dylan song, “money doesn’t talk, it swears,” was condemned by President Trump personally as being “far from God”.
Within minutes of the ban being announced the song was downloaded millions of times, boosting the fortune of the rock star, who also sang: “I can’t help it if I’m lucky,” in 1974’s Idiot Wind.
Mr Dylan, a Nobel literature laureate who rose to fame as a writer of protest songs, has yet to comment on the ban.
Last year a controversial statue of a naked Donald Trump called “The Emperor Has No Balls” was sold for £18,000 in Los Angeles