Stories about rock stars doing crazy stuff have been around since Chuck Berry first duck walked across a stage back in the fifties. Green M&Ms, stomach pumps and sharks being used inappropriately are now a part of rock n roll lore.

This story about Keith Richards possibly thinking about pulling a knife on Donald Trump may or may not be true, but I'd love to think it is.

It turns out Keith Richards may have started the "Dump Trump" campaign back in 1989. A story is floating around that during a 1989 concert in Atlantic City, Richards pulled a knife out and threatenedDonald Trump.

Rolling Stones tour producer Michael Cohl originally told the story last year, but it's resurfacing thanks to Trump's presidential campaign. Cohl explained that the finale stop of the Stones' "Steel Wheels" tour was being broadcast in association with Donald Trump, Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino, and MTV and the band did not like being associated with the then business man. They ended up agreeing to the deal as long as Trump did no promotion for the event.

Then Cohl arrived at The Rolling Stones’ press room to find Trump prepping to do a press conference there. After multiple attempts to get the now-presidential candidate to leave, Richards decided to step in. “'[Then] Keith pulls out his knife and slams it on the table and says, 'What the hell do I have you for? Do I have to go over there and fire him myself? One of us is leaving the building – either him, or us.'" Cohl explains. "'I said, 'No. I'll go do it. Don't you worry.'"

As the story goes, Trump  only left after "40 of the band's crew showed up with "tire irons and hockey sticks and screwdrivers." So far, Richards, the Stones, and Trump haven't commented on the story.

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