It is not the first time the memesmith has used R.E.M's "Everybody Hurts".
The now deleted meme overlayed the hit track over shots of Democrat Congress members looking upset during the State Of The Union Address.
A tweet from Mike Mills read: "The assholes @CarpeDonktum created the meme".
The band also shared this status saying: 'World Leader PRETEND!
While R.E.M. has yet to respond to Trump's usage of their song, we have a feeling the band might not be too thrilled.
According to CNBC, the band's publisher and a lawyer from Universal Music Group asked Twitter to remove the video that featured the REM song.
UPDATED Feb. 16, 2019, 11:52 a.m. with news of the video's removal from Twitter and the reported reason for that removal. Instead, the clip displayed an error message that said "This video has been removed in response to a report from the copyright holder".
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Donald Trump had reportedly retweeted several anti-Muslim tweets from the fringe, and Twitter suspended the group's Twitter account which automatically removed the videos from the President's feed. So today, the people who made the video - slugged Carpedonktum - changed up the music.
Vox, the liberal "explainer" outlet, swiftly denounced Trump's promotion of content from a "random Twitter account" as unpresidential.
In 2015, lead singer Michael Stipe blasted Trump for playing another R.E.M. tune on the campaign trail, "It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)".
"You are a fraud, a charlatan, and a con man".
Ultimately, R.E.M. got the last laugh, as they were successful in taking down Trump's video.
'The media and the American voter should focus on the bigger picture, and not allow grandstanding politicians to distract us from the pressing issues of the day and of the current Presidential campaign, ' they added.