American actor Macaulay Culkin, star of the famous Christmas movie ‘Alone at home’ (‘My poor little angel’, in Latin America), has reacted to calls from Internet users to eliminate Donald Trump’s cameo in the second part of the film , shot in 1992.
In response to a post on Twitter that suggested digitally replacing Trump with a current version of Culkin, who is now 40, the actor has commented, “Sold.”
In addition, Culkin replied “Bravo” to the tweet of another user who on his own made Trump disappear from the scene of the movie, replacing it with an empty space.
Donald Trump appeared in ‘Home Alone 2: Lost in New York’, as it was filmed at The Plaza hotel, which at that time belonged to him. Fans of the famous film began to request through social networks that Trump’s cameo be removed from the film. The reason is the violent assault on the Capitol last week by supporters of the outgoing president, and the suspension of Trump’s account on Twitter and other social networks.