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Michael Moore Calls Trump the ‘Last American President’ in the Fahrenheit 11/9 Trailer
Michael Moore just released a first look at his upcoming documentary, Fahrenheit 11/9, which zones in on some of the most important political events since Donald Trump stepped into the White House. “Can’t take the insanity anymore? This movie will end the madness,” the clip proclaims with a badass rock beat in the background.
The film appears to take on the same tone as Moore’s 2004 documentary, Fahrenheit 9/11, in which the left-wing activist critiqued President George H. W. Bush’s administration. This time, it’s Trump’s turn, and the title alludes to the day Trump became president-elect.
Democratic congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg make cameos in the clip. “How do you deal with this? You’re never going to be able to unsee what you saw,” Hogg tells Moore.
An unnamed man with a southern accent also makes an appearance and exclaims, “I’m sick and tired of people telling me that America is the greatest country! Because we can kick your ass?!”
Moore spoke with The Huffington Post about some of the most surprising Trump opposers.
“The revolution is happening in the most unlikely of places,” he told the publication. “The resistance―the true resistance―is not coming from the Democratic Party or from the liberal establishment. I can’t reveal too much right now, but there is a real insurgency taking place. I don’t know if it will succeed or not. It might be too late.”
A series of clips of Trump making remarks like “stop resisting” and “the American dream is dead” are cut together in the trailer, followed by Moore’s bold statement: “Ladies and gentleman, the last President of the United States.”
In May, Moore shared a clip of the first time he met Trump on Roseanne Barr’s talk show on November 1998, and said the President and Barr would “rue the day they knew me.”
In the video, Trump ironically states that he enjoyed Moore’s Roger & Me documentary, but hoped he “never does one on me, though.”
Fahrenheit 11/9 hits theaters September 21.