Challenge: What word does Trump mumble at the end?

Can you work out from your knowledge of classic films what the films are and what is the word Trump mumbles at the end?

‘I have this recurring dream – more like a vision – where I meet Donald Trump.

We’re stood by his Border Wall when Trump sees the ghost of his father. Trump says: “Ease his pain. It was you!” Ray Liotta turns and says: “No Donald. It was you!”

Trump goes to shake my hand and, to avoid his well-known ‘wanker-power-move’, I pull him hard towards me, nearly yanking him off his feet. I put my mouth to his ear and whisper: “He never loved you!” Trump recoils in horror.

Calmly, I say: “It’s not your fault!” He looks shocked. I repeat: “It’s not your fault!” He responds angrily, shoving me away, but I persist. “It’s not your fault! It’s not your fault! It’s not your fault! It’s not your fault!” And then it happens. Trump’s anger turns to raw emotion. He bursts into tears and grabs me, gripping me tightly with his tiny hands.

Over my shoulder, he spies Don Jr and Eric and through clenched teeth, he angrily says: “Rotten kids. You work your life out….!” Then, as the tears flood down his face, orange streaks dripping onto his shirt collar, he cries: “Tear down the wall! Tear down the wall!”

Then Trump watches as Melania gets on a plane with the true love of her life, Jeff Bezos – a real Billionaire. Trump and I walk off. “Donald” I say, “I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship!”

Just then, Death appears and sits down with Trump for a game of chess where it quickly becomes apparent that Trump is very far from a Chess Grandmaster! As Death makes the checkmate move, Trump keels over, a snow globe tumbles from his hand, and with his dying breath mumbles…..’

Tom Lane