By Robert Slayton.
Donald Trump tweeted that Meryl Street was “one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood,” notwithstanding the fact that she has been nominated for an Academy Award nineteen times, the most in history.
Here’s his view on some other folks:
Pablo Picasso—“Can anyone figure out what his paintings are about? I can’t even pronounce that Spanish one.”
Leonardo DaVinci—“So she’s got a grin, so what?”
Ernest Hemingway—“So not macho. My hands are bigger, if you know what I mean.”
Scott Fitzgerald—“In my opinion, Gatsby just wasn’t that great.”
Charlie Chaplin—“What a goofy walk! Vastly overrated.”
Cary Grant—“What’s this crap about Judy. Another foreigner on a visa.”
Tom Hanks—“He should have said, ’Life is like box of Trump chocolates.’ No class.”
Franklin Roosevelt—“Watch while I make fun of him.”
Teddy Roosevelt—“What a misshapen guy. Blind as a bat and needs dental work something awful.”