'Home Alone' Is My Holiday Connection To Post-Communist Poland
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CNN's Jeanne Moos reports. As President Donald Trump prepares to make his exit from the White House, fans of "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" want him to make a permanent, on-screen exit from the movie -- and its star Macaulay Culkin seems to be on board with the idea. At one point, Kevin crosses paths with Trump at the Plaza Hotel. He asks Trump for directions to the hotel's lobby and Trump responds by casually pointing him in the right direction. Some fans of the movie want to remove Trump from that scene -- and one Twitter user did just that. The user posted his version the scene at the Plaza Hotel and this time Kevin is seen talking to a mute, invisible figure instead of Trump. The actor responded with a single word to the edited video: "Bravo.
Ford is one of , Victorians who live alone, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Victorians are allowed to exercise with one other person for an hour outdoors, but that person has to live nearby because of the restrictions on movement. In practice, this means that unless you live in the same suburb as your friends and family, you are unlikely to be able to exercise together. Other countries have had lockdown exceptions for single people.