Will he ever get over his crush on his daughter?
Comparing Donald's physical responses to his wife Melania versus his daughter, one can't help but wonder if he knows which one is his missus.
Joining Melania on stage at the convention, Donald keeps her at arms length, literally.
Joining Ivanka onstage, he rests his hands on her hips, in a gesture of easy intimacy that many Twitter users fervently wish they could un-see.
Sure, we have all been creeped out by Trump's public comments about his daughter's hotness. But we tried to believe he'd moved on.
Now that he's found a hot wife to brag about, we figured his crush on his daughter was a thing of the past.
But no. Far from it.
Does Donald love Ivanka just a little too much: The pat-down
Donald clearly can't get enough of Ivanka, and from the look on Melania's face on the final day of the convention, it has not gone unnoticed by Mrs. Trump.
Melania watched Ivanka's and Donald's speeches with a stony expression that verged on a scowl. How can she compete with Donald's favorite child and most trusted adviser? How dare Ivanka steal the show?
According to a profile on Politico, the mutual adoration between father and daughter has placed Ivanka is a unique position in his life and presidential campaign. She has a growing influence in his decision-making process, and she shares his entrepreneurial drive and savvy.
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She is said by insiders to be Trump's best asset: Her polish makes up for his crudeness. She knows how to use her femininity to achieve her goals, just as he knows how to use his aggression.
They are a match made in heaven.
If only they could dump Melania. Oops, sorry, I meant to say, if only she could still sit in his lap and hang on his arm like a teen prom queen! They seem to accept that certain things are inappropriate, but sometimes - like on the convention stage - they forget.
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Baz Luhrmann's 1996 Romeo + Juliet is an ecstasy-infused, colorful retelling of the star-crossed lovers' tale that takes a 425-year-old story and strangely reflects society in 2020.
Pandemics are known for triggering upheaval and societal change.
It's probably no coincidence, then, that Shakespeare penned Romeo and Juliet around 1595—directly in the middle of the deadly Bubonic plague pandemic that ravaged Europe. Amidst today's pandemic, the most relevant adaptation of this timeless and classic tragedy was made nearly 25 years ago.
Baz Luhrmann's 1996 Romeo + Juliet is an ecstasy-infused, colorful retelling of the star-crossed lovers' tale. Romeo + Juliet made a decent ranking at the box office, but it was heavily overlooked for awards, only receiving one Oscar nomination for best art direction.
Had Luhrmann waited just 10 years to release Romeo + Juliet, there may have been more positive reactions to the film. At one point, Baz himself doubted that the movie would ever be made. During a 2015 interview discussing the film, Baz said: "When we went to Twentieth Century-Fox with it, under the terms of my first-look deal, I think rather than let me go, they sort of said, 'We'll give him $100,000, let him do his little workshop and maybe it'll go away.' Well it did not."
Romeo + Juliet takes a 425-year-old story and strangely reflects society in 2020. Here's why: