Hollywood also wants to pay Trump with hot-red coins forever

Bad news for Donald Trump, the outgoing US president. The current US president, who will be succeeded by Joe Biden (78) next Wednesday, is in danger of losing even more.

The SAG (Screen Actors Guild) – AFTRA (American Federation of Television and Radio Artists) union will meet on Tuesday to discuss Trump’s expulsion, which would mean, for example, that he could never return to his beloved show, ‘The Apprentice’. Deadline reports this.

Before Trump was president, he starred in ‘The Apprentice’ and ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ for years, with the winners getting jobs with his company.

Ivanka’s children, Don Jr., and Eric were featured on the show as board members. It earned him high ratings at the time, but not the Primetime Emmy Award so coveted by Trump.


Trump has been a member of the SAG since 1989 but is now under fire following the storming of the Capitol on January 6. It takes two-thirds of the votes to expel him, but the first meeting on Tuesday is only the first step in a long process.

According to the organization, members can be banned if they disgrace the integrity and ideals of the union. The union has previously criticized Trump after calling the media “America’s greatest enemy,” while many association members are working in the media.

If Trump is kicked out of the union, he will keep his pension. According to financial records, the current president will receive a pension of $ 90,776 for his acting and $8,724 for the work he has done for AFTRA.

‘Home Alone 2’

Earlier on Twitter, it was already called to remove Trump from the movie ‘Home Alone 2’, in which he has a tiny role. In a scene with protagonist Macaulay Culkin, he was seen as a little kid in Trumps Plaza Hotel in New York. Culkin responded to the tweet and said he was all about removing Trump from the film.

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