Breitbart News senior editor-at-large John Nolte said that the “most important thing” about a family’s day is to “get a great dinner, a great movie, and a great sports event.” 

“The key is to have the family eat together, the family watch together, get the kids together, and then enjoy the evening,” Noltes told Breitbart News in a video interview published on Sunday. 

“But also, the key is having a great night out with family and friends and going out with your friends.

And that’s the key to a great day.” 

Nolte went on to add that parents need to take their time to plan out family activities, because they don’t want their children to miss out on things like going to a movie, seeing a movie or playing a sport. 

“[W]e’re not just going to put our children on the couch and watch it, but we want them to feel good about it, and we want to have a good time.

We want them out on the town, and if you have to get a great restaurant, a movie theater, a sports event, it doesn’t mean we can’t make the family happy,” he said. 

NOLTE’S FAMILY NEWS AND AFFILIATES ARE ALL WELLING TO THE TRUMP FILM’S SPOILERS  The former Republican National Committee chairman also called for parents to “do your homework” before getting involved with the Trump family. 

A “good parent,” Nelts said, is one who “takes the time to understand the value of a child and what that value is, and does that with their family, but then also makes the effort to make sure their child is not getting a bad experience because of that.” 

It was unclear what Nolts meant by “good parents.”

Nolts was referring to the Trump movie “The Trump Card,” which is set in the world of politics.

The movie depicts Trump as a shrewd businessman who runs a real estate empire, and is in charge of managing his family’s business while also taking on the mantle of president.

The film, which has been compared to the hit TV series “The Apprentice,” has been criticized for featuring sexual innuendo and violence. 

Trump and his family have been involved in several controversies, including the release of the 2005 Access Hollywood tape in which he can be heard boasting about sexually assaulting women. 

According to the Washington Post, the film was “released in advance of the 2016 election by a pro-Trump political action committee, which had endorsed Trump in the primary, and was filmed in Trump Tower during the presidential campaign.” 

A spokesperson for the film’s distributor, The Weinstein Co., declined to comment. 

The Trump family’s connections to the film have been documented in the film. 

In one scene, Trump’s wife Melania is seen sitting in the dining room, waiting for her husband to enter the restaurant. 

Melania Trump and her husband attend the movie premiere, which is shown during a break in the presidential debate in October. 

During the debate, Trump made lewd remarks about women, including asking a female reporter if he could kiss her. 

When pressed on the matter, he said, “If I kiss her, it’s like a f—ing game.

You know, she’s married to me, I’m married to her.

What difference does it make?” 

The Weinstein Co. said the film had not been made available for distribution yet.