Trump skewers Oscars scores: ‘We do not have Stars any longer– other than your President’

donald trump - Trump skewers Oscars scores: 'We do not have Stars any longer-- other than your President'

North Korea is apparently going to stop nuclear weapons tests and discuss its program with the United States, China’s president is looking for to end term limitations, and a previous Trump project assistant states Trump “may have done something during the election” as unique counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia examination warms up– however President Donald Trump tweeted his ideas on the Academy Awards’ TELEVISION scores on Tuesday early morning.

“Lowest rated Oscars in HISTORY,” composed Trump on Twitter at 8: 25 a.m. ET. “Problem is, we don’t have Stars anymore – except your President (just kidding, of course)!”

Indeed, the Oscars on ABC was the least-viewed telecast in the award program’s history. It balanced 26.5 million audiences, which is below 2017’s 32.9 million audiences. As EW reported Monday, the Oscars stays the most-watched awards event on TELEVISION.

This year’s Jimmy Kimmel-hosted Oscars was loaded with political minutes, with the program resolving the Time’s Up, #MeToo, and Never Again motions battling sexual misbehavior; migration and the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act; and variety in the office, particularly on movie sets.

Trump’s fascination with scores has actually been well-documented throughout the years. Most just recently, the president lied about the scores of his very first State of the Union in January.

“Thank you for all of the nice compliments and reviews on the State of the Union speech,” he tweeted on Feb. 1. “456 million individuals viewed, the greatest number in history. @FoxNews beat each Network, for the very first time ever, with 11.7 million individuals tuning in. Provided from the heart!

In reality, his SOTU address did not gather the “highest number in history,” as EW reported in February. Inning accordance with Nielsen, 456 million audiences tuned in. Bigger audiences have actually tuned in to other presidents’ SOTU speeches, consisting of President Barack Obama’s in 2010, which had 48 million audiences.

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