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Citizen Trump

There was an eerie moment in Donald Trump's acceptance speech last week, a massive plagiarism, if you will, right out of Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane." Trump standing in front of a huge portrait of himself as Kane stood in front of a huge portrait of himself.

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Said Kane prophetically: "Until a few weeks ago, I had no hope of being elected. Now however, I have, something more than a hope!" Eerie isn't it? Welles would have loved it. Or would he be as scared as I am?

Martin Greenman

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