Michael Moore is just finishing up his anti-Trump documentary, which he talked about – along with the plight of America – on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night.
His new film, Fahrenheit 11/9 – a title that references both his 2004 Fahrenheit 9/11 documentary about President George W. Bush and the date that Trump won the presidential electoral vote – is about "how we got in this situation and how we're going to get out of it."
He shows us a short clip of the film, and then asks Colbert, "When you read the paper every day or watch the news, do you ever cry?…It happens to me now every day…That has become the norm."
He reminds us that the majority of Americans are liberal, which is proven by the fact that Democrats have won the popular vote in the last 6 out of 7 presidential elections, losing only once since 1988 when George W. Bush won in 2004.
Fahrenheit 11/9 will be released September 21.
"Can't take the insanity anymore?" asks the official trailer for Michael Moore's newest feature-length documentary Fahrenheit 11/9. Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 11/9" is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live. It will explore the two most important questions of the Trump Era: How the f**k did we get here, and how […]
Alas, here is the trailer for Michael Moore's new anti-Trump documentary, Fahrenheit 11/9, a title that references the day that Trump won the electoral vote (and, of course, a play on the title of his other documentary, Fahrenheit 9/11). Fahrenheit 11/9 will be released September 21.
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