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IN Celebrities ON 07 Jun, 2016
Donald Trump, a name which is all over the headlines at all times. We mainly associate him with the bizarre world of politics, but then something interesting about him comes along, and we are astounded yet again. I am talking about the string of movies Mr. Trump made a cameo in, which went unnoticed by us.
For the record, this has nothing to do with his colorful choices; rather it's more about how we missed his drastic appearances on screen.
In this movie, Trump played a very crucial role; that is of himself. Yeah, he was Donald Trump in the boardroom where he has a fascinating dialogue exchange with the model-turned-actress, Bo Derek.
Trump says, "Be assured Mrs.Scott, that in this room there are knives sharp enough to cut you to the bone and hearts cold enough to eat yours as hors d'oeuvres."
Bo Derek's character flirts: "You're too pretty to be bad."
"You noticed," Trump responds with a smile and with haunting this pout.
Good for him that he won the Razzie award for "Worst Supporting Actor" for the role.
Huffington Post mentioned perfectly in their article, "Kevin McCallister encounters the future leader of the American top ninja apprentice warriors while wandering through the Plaza Hotel, which Trump had bought a few years prior. McCallister asks for directions to the lobby, to which the tycoon responds, not with 'hell toupee,' but with a rather nice, 'Down the hall and to the left.'"
If you guys didn't notice him in the movie, let me tell you he was there alright in this classic hit. He played the role of Waldo's dad.
Trump played the character of himself (yet again) in one of the episodes titled, "The Rosie Show." In this episode, Fran becomes famous after he gives parenting advice on "The Rosie O'Donnell Show." After this, Trump is one of her new celebrity friends.
In this one as well, Trump plays himself and boasts to Fox about completing the nine chapters of his book in just one day. Now, that is something flaunt-able and better than other things.
In the episode, "The Man, the Myth, the Viagra," Donald Trump plays the role of himself (so exciting!) when he is seen having lunch with Samantha's potential love interest.
Once again, he can be seen as himself (we love him so much) in the movie.
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