Trump Stated “I think they were focussed so hard on politics that they didn’t get the act together at the end”
President Donald Trump stated the turmoil that erupted at the end of the Oscars was due to Hollywood fascinating about him rather than concentrating on running a smooth show.
Trump remarked on the Oscars in an Oval Office interview with conventional website Breitbart News Network. Breitbart was previously managed by Steve Bannon, Trump’s current chief White House strategist.
Donald Trump stated, “I think they were focused so hard on politics that they didn’t get the perform together at the end”. It was a little sad. It took away from the glamour of the Oscars. It didn’t feel like a very fashionable evening. I’ve been to the Oscars. There was something very special missing, and then to end that way was sad.
The US president Donald Trump stated the Oscar organisers had taken their eyes off the ball because they “were focused so hard on politics”.
Breitbart further added:
The terrible mistake came after hours of Trump-bashing by the Hollywood leaders, who beaten the president in joke after joke. Now, the president has got the last laugh as he strikes Hollywood for its epic fail.
Donald Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr, also remarked on the Oscars mix-up and called it an “interesting mistake” in a tweet.
The president’s remarks came after Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty mistakenly presented the best picture statue at the climax of the ceremony to La La Land, when Moonlight was the real winner.
The mix-up, which made for a confused end to ABC’s telecast of the show, has been described as one of the most awkward moments in Oscars’ history.
Trump had been the objective of light-hearted jokes and serious contempt throughout the night as Oscar-winners criticised against his immigration policies.
Host Jimmy Kimmel lured the Republican via Twitter during the live broadcast. Kimmel also mocked the commander-in-chief’s criticism of screen icon Meryl Streep.
US State Dept Tweets, Deletes Admiring Message to Iranian Director
The US State Department on Monday give out and then deleted an admiring message for an Oscar win by a prominent Iranian director who criticised President Trump’s travel ban as “inhumane”.
The State Department’s official Persian-language Twitter account, @USAdarFarsi, tweeted congratulations to the Iranian people and Asghar Farhadi, director of The Salesman, after the movie won an Oscar for best foreign-language film on Sunday, according to screenshots of the message circulated on Twitter
Farhadi refused the Oscars ceremony to protest Donald Trump’s January executive order that temporarily banned entry to the US by Iranians and citizens of 6 other Muslim-majority countries, and issued a statement criticizing the order. The ban was blocked by federal courts, although the Trump administration is working on a new order.
Farhadi chose 2 Iranian-Americans – a female engineer and a former NASA scientist – to represent him at the ceremony. Anousheh Ansari, an engineer who was the first female space tourist, read a statement on Farhadi’s behalf calling the travel ban “inhumane”.