Can we just take a moment to appreciate John Bercow’s tie 👀#BrexitVote #BrexitShambles pic.twitter.com/WXO4jdO5W5
— Antonio Ventre (@AntonioVentre13) January 15, 2019
Good man, beautiful necktie. Keeps order since 2009 in the House of Commons. Love it. One big loss for Europe.
Order! Order! Order! pic.twitter.com/WjvKZWGTPu
— tagesschau (@tagesschau) January 16, 2019
What the fresh hell. This is REAL. Filmed in 1958- about a conman who grifts a small town of suckers into building a wall. History not subtle enough for you? GUESS THE GRIFTER'S NAME
(And watch until the end) pic.twitter.com/6FA3p6KC00
— Alex Hirsch (@_AlexHirsch) January 9, 2019
In the comments to this tweet there are assumption, that “Trump” in the movie was a reference to Fred Trump, the father of Donald Trump.
That dude looks like Fred Trump too.
Fred Trump was 53 in 1958. pic.twitter.com/0T9HYUwiX7
— Batman (@Batmancanseeyou) January 10, 2019
Fred Trump the slumlord, reviled by many in NYC back then. Woody Guthrie wrote him into a song back in 1950. https://t.co/88YXSa73vL
— Moisés Chiullán (@moiseschiu) January 10, 2019