UNITED STATES.- Last Tuesday, Donald Trump held a talk with the deployed members of the United States Army when one of them questioned him about his appearance in the famous Christmas film ‘My poor little angel 2’.
The president emphasized that it is "a great Christmas success" and joked that in 1992 "he was a little younger, to put it mildly."
In addition, he noted that it was "an honor" to have been "involved in something like that" and was glad that at that time it was and still "a great Christmas success, one of the greatest."RELATED
At that time, Trump had just acquired the Plaza Hotel in New York in which several scenes were shot including one where the protagonist questions him about how to get to the lobby.
In the film, little Kevin, played by Macaulay Culkin and again separated from his parents, struggles to find his way through the golden hotel.
He stops a man in a long black coat and red tie to ask him how to get to the lobby.
"At the end of the hall and to the left," Trump replies.
Actor Matt Damon said in a 2017 interview with The Hollywood Reporter that the businessman would allow films to be shot in his buildings whenever he received a share.
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