President Donald Trump held yet another campaign rally in Colorado, where he railed against one of the favorite targets for Republican lawmakers: Hollywood elites and the films they make.
Trump went on a bizarre rant lamenting this year's winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture: Parasite.
The class warfare film made Oscar history earlier this month when it became the first non-English language film to win the night's top award.
Trump lamented during his speech that a film from South Korea won.
The President said:
"The winner is a movie from South Korea. What the hell was that all about? We've got enough problems with South Korea, with trade, and after all that, they give them best movie of the year?"
He then wished instead for to have Gone with the Wind back.
It wasn't long before Neon Studios, the studio behind Parasite, clapped back on Twitter.
Parasite, a Korean language film, uses subtitles for its English-speaking audience, prompting the studio to respond to Trump's barb with:
"Understandable, he can't read."
Trump famously doesn't like to read, and some even jokingly hypothesize that he's illiterate.
The internet appreciated the burn.
In addition to winning Best Picture, Parasite's director—Bong Joon Ho—took home the trophy for best director.