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Adele Just Snatched Donald Trump’s Ability To Use Her Music At Campaign Rallies

Our musical savior becomes our political savior.

Donald Trump's love of Adele has been spilling out at his various campaign rallies, and after playing "Rolling In The Deep" at his Monday (Jan. 26) event in Iowa, witnesses began taking note on Twitter.

This is just the latest tragic example of the Grammy winner's songs being used for Trump's campaign. Previously, the Republican presidential candidate played "Skyfall" at an event in Ohio and blasted "Rolling In The Deep" -- clearly a favorite -- after Sarah Palin's speech in Oklahoma.

Finally, Adele's team has broken their silence.

“Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning,” a spokesman told The Independent.

While that statement is certainly music to our ears, is there anything that can be done about the already-existing Mike Huckabee parody video of "Hello"?

Perhaps, but all we can do now is predict Trump's next move -- which likely involves a desperate verbal attack in retaliation against the singer.