As President A. The second historic trial, Many on social media are looking forward to having their brief cameo of the 1992 movie Holiday, written and produced by the late John Hughes, and digitally removed from future iterations.
The campaign on social media prompted actor Macaulay Culkin to say he is Agrees to change. The scene in question sees Trump giving personal directions to Culkin’s Kevin McCallister in the lobby.
Swanson, an outspoken Trump supporter, took to Twitter to defend him from what she saw as a “culture of annulment.”
“If de-culture will really remove Donald J Trump from John Hughes ‘Home Alone, then in support of my boss, I would like to officially remove myself from John Hughes’ movies, ‘Pretty In Pink’ and ‘Ferris Buhler’s Day Off’,” I wrote.
Many were quick to note that the roles Swanson is referring to weren’t entirely essential to the plot of any of the beloved films. She had a short, non-speaking role in the conclusion of “Pretty in Pink” and gave a very short speech in a classroom during “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”
Among the critics who targeted the Swanson ad were fellow celebrities such as Jane Lynch, who mocked Swanson On twitter writing: “I’m sorry. Who are you?”
Yvette Nicole Brown followed suit Write later: “Were you in those movies?”
Comedian Patton Oswalt also took a quick hit in Swanson, using a bit of self-critical humor.
“That’s weak, Christy.” he wrote. “I was excluded from AS Good and Bad SANTA years before Trump even the idea of running for the presidency. This is how I support my leader. Why do you hate America?”
In December 2019, Trump had a cameo in the beloved Holiday movie Completely removed By a Canadian broadcasting company. The amendment was met with mixed criticism.
to me Comicbook.com, The CBC provided a reason for the removal at the time, claiming the amendment was to “allow commercial time within the format.”
Julius Young of Fox News contributed to this report.