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Trump mocks ‘Parasite’ for winning best picture at Oscars 2020

By Guardian Exclusive
23 February 2020   |   5:31 pm
During his campaign rally in Colorado Springs, Trump took a break from his campaign agenda to express his discontent over Parasite’s historic best picture win at the Academy Awards this month.⁣ ⁣

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