Michael Moore

The filmmaker said the former first lady would "crush" Donald Trump in next year's presidential election.
“She is the leader, everybody knows it, everybody feels it," the documentary filmmaker said.
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"You’re such a fool, Trump. You’ve been played again by these people who’ve never liked you."
The documentary filmmaker also accused Donald Trump of helping to "blow up pieces of our democracy."
"What are you scared of?" the documentary filmmaker said during an appearance on "Late Night with Seth Meyers."
The clip is an outtake from Moore’s current movie “Fahrenheit 11/9.”
"Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News Channel and right-wing radio have preyed upon those who've seen their American Dream go up in smoke."
“Let’s figure out what the crimes are of Donald J. Trump,” the documentary filmmaker said on CNN.
The filmmaker chatted with HuffPost at a showing of “Fahrenheit 11/9,” an examination of Donald Trump’s rise and a call to arms against him.
The "Fahrenheit 11/9" director also said Americans should expect the "evil genius" to be re-elected in 2020.
Watch an exclusive clip from Moore's upcoming documentary "Fahrenheit 11/9," which the filmmaker hopes will help "bring Trump down."
An exclusive clip from Michael Moore's new film "Farenheit 11/9"
The filmmaker made the claim before his "Fahrenheit 11/9" takedown of Trump premiered on Thursday.
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