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Latest – Biopic On Donald Trump Depicts Him Raping His First Wife Ivana; Former US Prez Threatens Legal Action

Following the release of the biopic "The Apprentice" on screens at the Cannes Film Festival, the legal team of US presidential candidate Donald Trump filed a lawsuit.

Biopic On Donald Trump Depicts Him Raping His First Wife Ivana; Former US Prez Threatens Legal Action

Just as former US President Donald Trump is preparing to run for president once more, the highly anticipated new biography, The Apprentice, debuted at the Cannes Film Festival on Monday.

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But Trump’s legal team has already threatened to sue the controversial biography for using “sensationalized lies” in some of the scenes. “The Apprentice” depicts Trump’s beginnings as a driven young real estate entrepreneur in New York in the 1970s and 1980s. The film does, however, begin with a disclaimer stating that a lot of the events are made up.

Marvel celebrity Sebastian Stan portrays a youthful Donald Trump, while “Succession” star Jeremy Strong portrays his merciless mentor and lawyer Roy Cohn. One of the film’s most startling sequences features Donald Trump raping his first wife, Ivana. Ivana once claimed that Donald Trump had raped her throughout the divorce process, but she eventually withdrew that claim. In 2022, she passed away. The sequence in which Donald Trump is receiving liposuction in a surgical room was another scene from the film that caused the audience at Cannes to gasp aloud.

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Ali Abbasi, the director of The Apprentice, painted a picture of Donald Trump that was almost sympathetic—that of a brash but innocent social climber who seen his morality crumble as he got more involved in politics and power. It seems that Trump’s entourage has already become enraged by the movie. A lawsuit would be launched “to address the blatantly false assertions from these pretend filmmakers,” according to Steven Cheung, his director of campaign communications.

“This garbage is pure fiction which sensationalises lies that have been long debunked,” Cheung told AFP. The biopic was highly praised by critics. It might even “make you feel sympathy for Trump,” according to The Times of London, although Variety called it “sharp and scathing, but it avoids cheap shots.” The film debuted on French television.

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