The pro-Trump film's website describes the documentary as an "examination of fascism and white supremacy" and asks the somewhat confusing question, 'Can Trump—and we—come together and save America?
Death of a Nation , an apparent riff on Birth of a Nation , is an actual film directed and written by conservative filmmaker and political commentator Dinesh D'Souza. The 2019 awards season will come to an end with the Oscars on Sunday, Feb.
Trump is the second president in the history of the United States who can claim he's won any amount of Razzies — the first was George W. Surprisingly, the current POTUS was announced as a recipient of two mock awards, which are generally reserved for people who make what the show deems as bad contributions to cinema and the film industry each year.
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This isn't Trump's first Razzie rodeo. The film examines the Trump presidency, gun violence, and grassroots democratic movements. In case you've never heard of the Golden Raspberry Awards , also called the Razzies, the mock award presentation "honors" the worst films of the year for "failure in cinematic achievements," per the Razzies website.
Bush who won the same two Razzies as Trump back in 2005. Trump isn't the only familiar White House name to receive or be nominated for the award.
Donald Trump's 2019 Razzie Awards include wins in two not-so-prestigious categories that may have you cracking up and crying at the same time because it's all TooReal. By Mehak Anwar.
Trump and his self-perpetuating pettiness" in the same movies, per Mashable. At the time of publication, Trump hadn't tweeted any thoughts about his Razzie wins, but I'd keep an eye out for a comment from the three-time winner.
The 39th Golden Raspberry Awards went to actors in a handful of seriously questionable movies, but the POTUS may have received awards for some of the most low-quality "performances" in the history of the Razzies — and perhaps the history of cinema.