"I'm the one who gets the raspberries!"
Susan Alexander Kane (Dorothy Comingore), Citizen Kane
Charles Foster Kane has trouble dealing with the truth - to the point that it almost destroys Susan. The scene that Susan exclaims, "I'm the one who gets the raspberries!" throws back to the lengthening of the breakfast table with Kane's first wife, Emily Monroe Norton Kane (Ruth Warrick).
Both women are expressing disgust with Kane and his schemes for grandeur, especially their own. Emily morns her displeasure at Bernstein being allowed in the nursery and ends up reading the Chronicle. Susan cries out more dramatically with a suicide attempt.
I don't think that Kane really intended his wives to 'get the raspberries,' but he was stuck in his own experience with his own 'raspberries' that he didn't pay much attention to other people's. Even when told about them, he could defer them off as not being as important as his own.