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Trump Threatened To Shut Down Production Of A Film Because They Didn’t Cast Him As President

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Trump Threatened To Shut Down Production Of A Film Because They Didn’t Cast Him As President

Donald Trump can be quite childish most of the time. According to a new report by The Hill, Trump sued the production team that made the infamous SyFy movie “Sharknado” for not casting him as the president.

Ian Zeirling, who is the leading man in “Sharknado 3” first suggested Trump as a person to play the president based on his experience with Trump as a contestant on “Celebrity Apprentice.”

Trump had agreed to come in for a casting call. “The Donald said yes,” SyFy Channel’s David Latt said. “He was thrilled to be asked.”

Trump was not casted and the film decided to go with Dallas Maverick’s owner Mark Cuban for the role.

In response, the Trump team threatened the production of the film.

“Then we immediately heard from Trump’s lawyer,” said Latt. “He basically said, ‘How dare you? Donald wanted to do this. We’re going to sue you! We’re going to shut the entire show down!’”

Ultimately, the lawsuit did not go through and the film was shot.

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