Donald Trump Claims ‘Home Alone 2’ is Successful Because of His Cameo

So, picture this: The year is 1992, and there’s Donald Trump, the man of many towers, making a cameo with our favorite kiddo, Macaulay Culkin. Now, fast forward to 2020, where director Chris Columbus spills the beans and claims Trump “bullied his way” into the movie. Oh, the drama!

In a plot twist worthy of an Oscar-nominated screenplay, Trump fires back on his Truth Social platform. According to him, he was the belle of the Plaza Hotel ball, and Columbus was practically begging him to grace the screen. “They were very nice, but above all, persistent,” Trump declares, painting himself as the reluctant hero of the silver screen.

“I was busy, you know, being a billionaire with a fabulous haircut. But they insisted, and voila! A historic cameo was born,” he boasts. According to Trump, that fleeting appearance turned the movie into a rocket—yes, a rocket. It soared to success, especially during Christmas, where folks apparently dial him up like he’s the North Pole hotline.

He questions why they kept him in the movie for over 30 years if he was such a bullying burden. “I’m like the gift that keeps on giving, people! They knew I was great for the movie,” he exclaims, probably with a triumphant hair flip.

And then, the grand finale: Trump tags Columbus as “just another Hollywood guy from the past looking for a quick fix of Trump publicity.” It’s a showdown of epic proportions, a clash of egos that makes Home Alone 2 look like a serene afternoon tea.

Donald Trump’s cameo saga, where the Plaza Hotel, persistent filmmakers, and a touch of Trump magic collide. It’s a comedy of errors, a blockbuster feud that even Kevin McCallister couldn’t outwit. Cue the laughter, because in this story, the real cameo is the absurdity!

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Donald Trump Says ‘Home Alone 2’ is Successful Because of His Cameo


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