"Don't say I didn't warn you".
"I got out my trusty blade, stuck it in the table and said: 'You have to get rid of this man, '" Richards recounted. Richards has spoken out about Donald Trump's time working as a promoter for the band.
"Recalling an incident during the band's 1989 Steel Wheels Tour, Keith said, "[Trump] was the promoter for us in Atlantic City.
But yesterday Sir Mick Jagger took some time off, sipping what appeared to be a half-pint of stout as he watched an worldwide cricket match in Ireland.
When the band arrived for the concert, they found the show billed as "Donald Trump presents the Rolling Stones" - "Trump" in big letters, "Rolling Stones" much smaller.
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Although Trump was not in the room at the time, Richards' desire to "get rid of this man" was the motive, but only within the context of a concert promoter. Do I have to go over there and fire him myself? "'What, you've burnt the toast?' What am I going to get angry about?"
Cohl claims he still ended up firing Trump that night (although it seems kind of late in the game for that to mean anything), but not before things threatened to get physical.
"[Richards said] 'One of us is leaving the building - either him or us.'"
Trump famously used the Stones' song You Can't Always Get What You Want at rallies on the 2016 presidential campaign trail, and Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger expressed his bafflement at the choice. I said, "No. I'll go do it".
Jagger says he's still enjoying being a rock star but admits he doesn't know what else he could do. "I wasn't the DJ, obviously but, it's a amusing song for your play-out song". "So when he finished a speech, he played out on this sort of doomy ballad..."