As Titanic Airs On CBS, Americans Compare The Sinking Ship To Donald Trump's Presidency
As Titanic Airs On CBS, Americans Compare The Sinking Ship To Donald Trump’s Presidency

23 years since it happened, James Cameron’s Titanic is still among the best Hollywood films ever. For the lovers of Romance genre, it is a cult classic that is still as fresh as it ever was. The characters of Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) & Rose (Kate Winslet) live on and Celine Dion’s song, “My Heart Will Go On” still continues to play with our heartstrings.

Amid the ongoing tough period in the US, CBS premiered Titanic and it took the fans down the memory lane. While the discussion of Jack could’ve easily been saved is never-ending, this time people also related the sinking Titanic ship to the political career of POTUS Donald Trump.



Many on Twitter discussed how Trump has been a failure in handling the ongoing pandemic situation. He was criticised for letting lose the killer Coronavirus in the US which has so far infected millions of people and taken away lakhs of lives.

Have a look at some of the reactions:

Meanwhile, Kate Winslet recently recalled her visit to India after Titanic’s release and shared how a fan in Himalaya remembered her as Rose.

Talking to Candis magazine, Kate told, “Titanic was everywhere. A couple of years after it came out, I went to India. I was walking in the foothills of the Himalayas, just me with my backpack on my back and a man came towards me with a walking stick — he must have been 85 and was blind in one eye. He looked at me and said, ‘You – Titanic’. I said yes and he just put his hand on his heart and said, ‘Thank you’. I burst into tears. It really helped me understand how much that film had given to so many people.”

Isn’t that lovely?

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