It's no secret that mogul Donald Trump is extremely opinionated. The famed businessman is regularly featured on media sharing his perspective and views on a litany of issues. This morning was no exception when Trump appeared on "Fox & Friends" to unleash his thoughts on last night's Oscar Awards. Aside from lambasting the overall show as "very average," he took particular aim at "Django Unchained" and Daniel Day-Lewis' depiction of Abraham Lincoln.
From the overall organization of the show to the set, which he called Tacky, Trump was less than enthusiastic.
"I thought they were very average. I was not impressed," Trump said, later dubbing the event "okay at best." "I thought some of the choices weren't very good."
Watch Trump comment on the Oscars, below:
As for "Django Unchained," the story about a freed slave seeking revenge, he had few favorable words, calling the film, "probably one of the most racist movies I've ever seen and a disgrace."
And while millions of Americans loved the movie "Lincoln," Trump found the film's starring actor less-than-persuasive in fulfilling his role. In fact, he said that Day-Lewis simply wasn't good.
"First of all, he's not from this country. He's had an accent that I can detect...I don't think Lincoln had an English accent to the best of my knowledge," he quipped. "And I said, that, you know, Lincoln never sounded like that...I just don't think that Lincoln behaved like that."
He concluded, "I did not think he was good in 'Lincoln' at all."
View some of Trump's Oscars-centric Twitter comments, below: