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WHAT A MOVIE CAN DO

One of last year’s most popular American films is Ford v. Ferrari (Kings of the Asphalt). The film brought more revenue in the US than in the rest of the world. The cinema is about how the despised Ford brand defeats Ferrari, the world’s most successful and great sports car manufacturer at the time. Beyond the spectacular car racing scenes, the testosterone-smelling dialogues, the work condenses American success into a movie with brutal honesty. Scenes from the film echo Trump’s tremendous success in his campaign campaign.

In the movie, Carrol Shelby’s protagonist takes control of a small airplane and arrives at a press conference fairly effectively:

No less impressive was Donald Trump’s arrival at the iconic DAYTONA 500. He landed with Air Force One instead of flying. The scene was repeated many times, split and fused by the opposition.

 

Then, on the DAYTONA 500, considered by the Liberals to be a proliferation of entertainment, Trump takes a ride with the presidential car, the Beast.

According to surveys, the DAYTONA 500 is the favorite of conservative audiences, Trump’s voting base. And the DAYTONA 500 also played an important part in the film.

MAGINED DIALOGUE

One popular trend is to display a fictitious dialogue in the image. My meme shows an everyday, often family-like dialogue, or what to teach our children. The genre has grown out of commentary.

No less impressive was Donald Trump’s arrival at the iconic DAYTONA 500. He landed with Air Force One instead of flying. The scene was repeated many times, split and fused by the opposition.