10 awkward moments from Oscars speeches
"I want to thank the Supreme Court for reminding women they're second-class citizens" in time for the midterms, Michael Moore quipped sarcastically.
The activist filmmaker sparkled on the Fourth of July with a manifesto backing women and Black people while opposing "every single Republican" in office.
The "Bowling for Columbine" filmmaker challenged TV networks to take up the cause after the Texas school shooting.
"The Irishman" actor said Trump needs to be "humiliated" in his first-ever podcast interview with documentary filmmaker 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."