You can always count on Donald Trump to give his opinion on pretty much anything. This time, Trump has slammed Django Unchained, as "the most racist" movie he's ever seen.
He's a little late with the critique since Django hit theaters on Christmas Day, but given its two wins at the Oscars last night--in the Best Original Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor categories--Trump figured he might as well speak up.
Trump was tweeting up-to-the-minute reviews of the awards show, and called out Django as a terrible film. "'Django Unchained' is the most racist movie I have ever seen, it sucked!"
The 65-year-old isn't the only person who hated the spaghetti-Western-style slave film. Spike Lee blasted director Quentin Tarantino over the work, only to face criticism over his criticism, from Luther "Uncle Luke" Campbell, and Jamie Foxx.
Like in the case of Lee, speaking out opens one up to backlash, and the Twitter responses that Trump received were pretty epic. In fact, we've pulled a bunch of them for your review.
Get into them below.