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Donald Trump’s cameo in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” was cut from the film by the Canadian Broadcast Company this week, according to a new report.
Viewers took to social media with mixed criticism, days before the new year, when they approved the American president’s notable absence from the 1992 film Comicbook.com have been reported.
MACAULAY CULKIN GREETS FANS WITH A ‘HOME ALONE’-STYLE PRANK
“You are the biggest bush league “journalists” of all time. The editing of Trump’s cameo in Home Alone 2. What kind of co-sponsored by the state of the bulls–t is that? #Defund,” a Twitter user wrote in to the network.
“Welcome to the liberal of the government-controlled media,” and tweeted on the network.
“Don’t like Trump, but, come on, come on, people – Your hysteria over this guy, it is up to evangelical fervor. Guess he will have to be scrubbed from the history books, too?” another tweeted.
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The edit was described as “small” and “pathetic” by the nay-sayers, while others have defended the CBC’s decision.
“The TV stations will be allowed to remove it from the scene with well-known criminals:)”, a Twitter user responded.
PRESIDENT TRUMP, MELANIA TRUMP, SHARING A HOLIDAY VIDEO, “WE WISH ALL OF YOU A JOYOUS AND MERRY CHRISTMAS”
Donald Trump tweeted “MERRY CHRISTMAS,” on Wednesday, for a reply to a video message that is shared by the first lady, Melania Trump.
Another social media user, tweeted: “nearly clicked on it to watch it at Home yesterday, but I didn’t want to see the Trumpet exceeding loud; so that it is ENSURED option meets the choice for the consumer.”
According to the Comicbook.com the members will be appointed with a rationale for the removal, claiming the edit was made to stand in front of a commercial within the corporation.”
The CBC does not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
In the iconic holiday movie, Macaulay Culkin’s character, Kevin McCallister, a walk in the Plaza Hotel, either by himself or, if he is separated from his family. He will be a passer-by and played a Trump, and asks, “excuse me, where’s the lobby?”
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“Down the hall and to the left,” He responds, as he towers over the young Culkin.
In the middle of the stump, the President He and the first lady, Melania tweeted a Christmas video on Tuesday.
“I would like to wish you all a very #MerryChristmas! May your day be filled with peace, love, and happiness.” Melania wrote.