to connectVideoTrump slams Academy Awards, with the ‘anti-alias’ it to win Best Picture
The President when He addresses to supporters to Keep America Great rally in Colorado.
Donald Trump is apparently not a fan of this year’s Academy Awards.
The president is opposed to “anti-alias” the Oscar win during a campaign rally on Thursday, and took with Brad Pitt, who also took home an award this year.
“How bad were the Awards at this year?” he asked the crowd, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “And the winner is… a movie from South Korea! What the he– was that the point? We already have enough problems with South Korea, with a trade in. On top of that, they have to give them the best picture of the year.”
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Trump, 73, to continue, think about movies and tv shows from the past.
The President, Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at The Broadmoor World Arena on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2020, in Colorado Springs, Colo. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
“Was it any good? I don’t know,” he admitted. “Let’s not ‘Gone with the Wind, go back, please? ‘Sunset Boulevard.’ There are a lot of good movies.”
“Parasite,” and walked away with the award for the best film of the year, and also for the best international film category, in the site of the now-defunct best foreign language film category.
“I thought it was one of the best foreign language film, isn’t it?” said He, referring to the change becoming effective.
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The film’s distribution company, the NEON responded with a tweet that read, “this is Understandable, as he could not read it.”
The president also took a swipe at Brad Pitt, who has won an award for his work in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.”
“And you’re Brad Pitt, I’ve never been a big fan of his,” said He. “He stood up, and said, with a bit of clever things. He has been a bit of a wise guy.”
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He said the 56-year-old actor’s acceptance speech, in which he said: “They told me that I was only 45 seconds, that’s 45 seconds longer than that of the Senate, gave it to John Bolton this week,” in reference to Trump’s impeachment trial.