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Bill Pullman Is Definitely Not A Fan Of Trump's Altered Version Of His 'Independence Day' Speech

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Few were surprised this weekend when President Donald Trump posted a stream of erratic tweets attacking everyone from former President Barack Obama to CBS News's Norah O'Donnell.

Among the tweets was a video of Trump's face superimposed onto that of actor Bill Pullman who played the President of the United States in the acclaimed 1996 action film Independence Day.


Pullman's character, President Thomas J. Whitmore, gives a rousing speech near the climax of the film in which he describes fighting for the right "to live, to exist."

The video tweeted by Trump shows other Republican figureheads like Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Vice President Mike Pence listening in adoration, presumably to make Trump seem inspiring.

Watch below.

The bizarre tweet racked up views and reactions, even from Pullman himself, who said:

"My voice belongs to no one but me, and I'm not running for president — this year."

He wasn't the only one to respond.

Legendary actor Vivica A. Fox called out Trump's lack of courage readily displayed by the President in Independence Day.

Others felt the same.




Trump did Bill Pullman dirty with this video.



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