Some memories came back to me after hearing this business, over and over again, about U.S. prez Donald J. Trump and his faithful getting in a knot because the CBC ran Home Alone 2: Lost in New York sans The Donald's seven-second moment. ("Disrupters!")
A few times in my videotape-operator days I received a work order specifying the removal of scenes or shots from a supplied tape of a given feature film. This was, and still is, done to carve special shorter versions of movies. The new cut might be for airlines, television stations/networks, or home-video.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation would have run a trimmed-down version to allow for commercial time. With these necessary edits, a 108-minute film, for instance, could fit comfortably into a 120-minute time slot. (Then there's "time compression".) The Corp claims the edits were done in 2014. Two years before The Man took the White House. I believe them.
That's the way it goes. Trump and his supporters can bellyache and rage all they want. It changes nothing.
It's not personal. It's business.