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You've Been Trumped (2011) Poster

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On 16 October 2012, Donald J. Trump tweeted the following to director Anthony Baxter: "Your documentary died many deaths. You have, in my opinion, zero talent." Curiously, Trump later requested to be interviewed by Baxter for the sequel A Dangerous Game (2014).
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The honorary Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) that Donald J. Trump is seen being awarded by oil billionaire Sir Ian Wood at The Robert Gordon University in September 2010 was revoked in December 2015 following widespread protests in the UK about Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric during his campaign to become Republican Presidential candidate in the US.
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Filmmaker Michael Moore said of this film as: "It blew me away!".
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Donald J. Trump, according to the film's DVD sleeve jacket and video footage, allegedly called this film "a failure".
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In 2012, Bill Forsyth wrote in The Guardian of the similarities between the real-life events captured in this film and the plot of his classic film Local Hero (1983), admitting that Baxter's work had left him "dazed and shocked, with a numb feeling of individual impotence".
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The name of the demonstration event given to the supporters' walk to the home of Michael Forbes was "The March of Menie" or "The March of the Menie".
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The March of Menie, is defined by The Common Good, as "a demonstration against Donald J. Trump's plans to build a golf course over an area of protected wildlife habitat outside of Aberdeen, Scotland."
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Debut feature film production directed by filmmaker and film director Anthony Baxter.
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The later tele-movie, Dark Side of the Greens (2015), is a television follow-up to this film, and is about the continued opposition to Donald J. Trump's plan to build a huge golf course on Aberdeenshire coastal wilderness. This time, director Anthony Baxter now looks at other global beauty spots under threat.
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A Dangerous Game (2014), a sequel to this film, investigates how land developers like Donald J. Trump allegedly use golf as an excuse to build huge luxurious resorts at the expense of the locals and their ecosystem, and abuse natural resources.
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This documentary has spawned three sequels. They are [in order]: A Dangerous Game (2014), Dark Side of the Greens (2015), and You've Been Trumped Too (2016).
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The acronym "CPO" stands for "compulsory purchase order".
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The name of the petitioning protest campaign group was "Tripping up Trump".
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This documentary spawned a sequel, You've Been Trumped Too (2016), which was made and first released around five years later.
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This film's sequel, You've Been Trumped Too (2016), was released in time prior to the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election race where Donald J. Trump ran as a presidential candidate for the Republican Party.
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Anthony Baxter performed a number of roles on this documentary film production. Baxter was an editor, a co-writer, the cinematographer, appears in the film as an interviewer, and this film's director.
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This film is the Winner of Ten Major Film Awards at various Film Festivals around the world.
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The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

The second part of the film's closing epilogue reads: "Two months after the March of Menie, Donald J. Trump told an Aberdeen newspaper he would not seek compulsory purchase orders to remove residents from their homes. Mr. Trump then announced he was considering standing as a presidential candidate in the United States. In June 2012, Mr. Trump threatened to abandon his promise to build a golf course hotel, saying a proposed offshore wind farm would spoil the view."
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The first part of the film's closing epilogue reads: "Over a 12 month period, the Trump Organization declined repeated requests for an interview, to respond to the charges made during the making of this film. The Scottish Government and the Grampian Police Force also declined interview requests".
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Writer-editor-cinematographer-interviewer-director Anthony Baxter is seen been allegedly arrested in this film by the Scottish police force.
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