President Trump nominated for two Razzies, including for worst screen combo with 'his self perpetuating pettiness'

The Razzie Award nominations are out — and the White House is well represented.

President Trump was nominated for worst actor for his real-life performance in Dinesh D'Souza's documentary "Death of a Nation," it was announced Monday. The President squares off against Bruce Willis ("Death Wish"), John Travolta ("Gotti"), Johnny Depp ("Sherlock Gnomes") and Will Farrell ("Holmes & Watson") for the "bottom prize."

Trump was also nominated for worst screen combo with "his self perpetuating pettiness" for his performances in "Death of a Nation" and Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 11/9."

Not to be left out, First Lady Melania Trump and White House advisor Kellyanne Conway were both highlighted in the worst supporting actress category, also for "Fahrenheit 11/9." They are facing off with Marcia Gay Harden ("Fifty Shades Freed"), Kelly Preston ("Gotti") and Jaz Sinclair ("Slender Man").

The worst picture nominations featured "Gotti," "The Happytime Murders," "Holmes & Watson," "Robin Hood" and "Winchester."

"Gotti," "Holmes & Watson," "Death of a Nation" and "Happytime Murders" all received six Razzie nominations.

The "winners" will be revealed on Feb. 23, the day before the Oscars.

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