Michael Moore – who recently created a Broadshow which attacked the politics of Donald Trump – hit back at the president of the United States after Donald said the show as a “total bomb” and incorrectly claimed it had to close.
Michael wrote that Donald must have “(his) smash hit of a Broadway show confused with your presidency.” The “Fahrenheit 9/11” maker stated Trump’s presidency has a much higher chance of being closed indefinitely before his Broadway creation.
The Terms Of My Surrender’s previews started on the 28th of July at the Belasco theater, and it officially opened for viewers on the 12th of August and finished on the 22nd of October.
As for the results of the show, according to People Magazine, it was neither a “smash hit” or a “total bomb,” as it grossed around $4.2 million and 74, 484 people watched it.
While not at all presidential I must point out that the Sloppy Michael Moore Show on Broadway was a TOTAL BOMB and was forced to close. Sad!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 28, 2017
As you may already know, Moore has been an outspoken critic of Trump ever since he began his campaign for the US presidency.
In a series of numerous petty tweets from the filmmaker, Moore wrote that an American service member died and Trump doesn’t even know about it.
Additionally, the Bowling For Columbine creator said the fact that he’s a “Broadway star” bothers Trump even more.
Moore continued to lash out at the President on his Facebook Sunday evening while referring to Trump’s critique of “Hamilton.” In his Facebook post, he mocked Donald’s choice of “non-presidential words.”
Although the director’s new production wasn’t quite as successful as his past works, the documentarian showed incredible insight at the end of 2016. Michael Moore famously wrote a piece on his website before the US election stating why Trump would win.
He correctly predicted that Donald would beat Clinton for several reasons, including what’s known as the “Rust Belt” – the area of the United States which experienced an economic downturn due to the GM crisis and the 2008 recession – and because of alleged racism of the American voter.