Donald Trump is not your run-of-the-mill Hollywood celebrity.
This one has been in the making for decades.
And in fact, it is the work of a longtime Hollywood executive who worked with President Ronald Reagan and was among those who helped create the Hollywood system that brought him into power.
The Hollywood elite’s political influence over the past two decades has been remarkable, and the Hollywood establishment’s ties to the Trump administration have been so strong that many are still angry and upset about it.
Here’s what we know about the Hollywood-backed campaign that helped Donald Trump win the 2016 presidential election.
What did Hollywood elites do?
The establishment has been pushing hard for the Hollywood elite to give Trump a warm welcome and to help him advance his agenda.
That’s why, in the years leading up to the election, the Hollywood elites lobbied to have the President stay at their Hollywood studios for the coronation and then went to the White House for a dinner, and to be in attendance at the inauguration of his successor.
A lot of these meetings were conducted by the Hollywood media.
The New York Times and other news organizations were present, as were major media outlets like the New York Post, the Los Angeles Times, and CNN.
And there were Hollywood executives from the likes of Harvey Weinstein, Tom Rothman, and Frank Marshall, who were also at the dinner and who were lobbying hard to have Trump stay in the White Senate.
The entertainment industry also played a major role in helping Trump win.
Hollywood was a big supporter of him.
But there are other Hollywood moguls who were in attendance and in touch with him.
Among them was the late John Cassavetes, who has been described as “a Hollywood liberal.”
Cassavetes was a member of the board of directors of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.
He was also a member and a fundraiser for Trump in the early 1990s.
Cassavettes was the biggest Hollywood donor in the history of Hollywood.
The Hollywood Chamber raised $4 million in 2016 for Trump’s inauguration.
Trump was at the Hollywood Hollywood party for the inauguration.
(The Washington Post)In the years before the inauguration, the entertainment industry had lobbied the administration to put the President at the Whitehouse.
And during the campaign, the administration pushed for Hollywood to help Trump win his campaign.
So what is the evidence that Hollywood elites helped Trump?
We know that some Hollywood elites were on the campaign trail with Trump and that some were on board with his victory.
In his book “The People Who Built America: A President’s Legacy,” former President George H.W. Bush described Hollywood’s support for him as “inimitable.”
In the book, Bush wrote, “When the Hollywood lobbyists came to me with their best offer to help the president win, I took it very seriously and did my part to make sure he was welcomed by Hollywood’s top stars.
Hollywood’s role was so vital that it had to be given to the President.”
In 2017, we know that Hollywood lobbyists helped Trump’s campaign by providing him with more than $10 million worth of campaign contributions.
The industry has been one of Trump’s biggest financial supporters.
The New York State Senate passed a bill in March 2017 that was meant to stop Hollywood from using their influence to block the president’s nominees.
But the bill died in the Senate.
And Hollywood’s lobbying on the bill has also been very important to Trump.
A few months before the election in 2017, the Senate Judiciary Committee issued subpoenas to the Hollywood studios, demanding they hand over records of meetings between Trump and top Hollywood executives.
The House Judiciary Committee also issued subpoenases to the studios, and two of them were able to turn over emails, phone calls, and other documents to the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism.
We know from those documents that Hollywood executives were in touch to the president and that they helped him win.
But what does it mean for Hollywood elites now?
The big picture here is that they’re not happy.
The entertainment industry and its supporters have been very influential in shaping and maintaining the cultural and political landscape in which Hollywood works.
But Hollywood elites have been a powerful force in the Trump presidency.
They helped shape the agenda and ultimately elected Trump.
And they have been critical to helping Trump gain victory.