The unpopular former president is all over pop-culture history, from cameos on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Sex and the City to being name-dropped in one of the biggest Friends moments. Recently, Macaulay Culkin made headlines for endorsing erasing Trump from Home Alone 2. But erasing Trump from pop-culture is a bad idea, says Alex Zaragoza. "As much as we'd like to forget the last four years and the hell Trump wrought upon the world, I'd argue that it's important that we never forget," says Zaragoza. "It might be easy to delete a scene for our own comfort, but Trump's legacy shouldn't be scratched out of history. The longer we remember the atrocities at the border, the stoking of misinformation and violent sedition, the allegations of sexual misconduct, the racist rhetoric that's placed lives at risk, the complete and utter stupidity, and so much more—the longer we're reminded—the better chance we have that we don't end up in a mess like this again. Removing him from any and all pop culture would only serve to reinforce white supremacy." ALSO: Bryan Cranston admits he could never play Trump.