A new controversy has erupted between Canada and President Donald Trump during the holiday season for the movie "Home Alone." Canadian public television, CBC, erased the sequence of ‘Home Alone’ in which there is a cameo of the then tycoon. “The movie will never be the same! (it's a joke), ”the president wrote on his Twitter account.RELATED
A new controversy has erupted between Canada and the president, Donald Trump, in the middle of the holiday season: the eight-minute erasure of the movie “Home Alone 2” (1992) by the Canadian public television, CBC, in which there are A cameo of the then tycoon.
– Steven Cheung (@CaliforniaPanda) December 26, 2019
Media from both countries echoed the controversy today after Trump's favorite television show, "Fox & Friends," on Fox News, denounced the alleged "censorship" of Canadian public television, He recalled that the elimination of this fragment actually occurred five years ago for commercial reasons.
In fact, Trump's cameo only occupies seven seconds of the eight minutes erased from the film, a sequel to the blockbuster “Home Alone,” which the CBC has been broadcasting for several years on Christmas Day.
The cut of the eight minutes would have passed a year more unnoticed if it were not for "Fox & Friends", which in turn noticed Trump's disappearance by an article on the Comicbook.com website.
“It’s also censorship” – here’s Fox & Friends whining about a Canadian network cutting a scene featuring Trump cameo from a broadcast of “Home Alone 2” pic.twitter.com/WXYVEhoZ0l
– Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) December 26, 2019