Trump Responds to Michael Moore's Broadway Show

The anti Trump show examined America's political and cultural landscape. Moore's previous guests included Whoopi Goldberg, Gloria Steinem Lee Daniels Stephen Colbert Rob Reiner Bryan Cranston Morgan Spurlock and Ma

Trump Responds to Michael Moore's Broadway Show

This January 19, 2017 archive photo shows filmmaker Michael Moore as he speaks to thousands of people at a rally against President Donald Trump in front of the Trump International Hotel in NY.

Moore's show, "The Terms of My Surrender", closed less than a week prior to the president's tweet on its scheduled closing date of October 22.

Satirist and campaigner Michael Moore has become involved in a spat with Donald Trump over his latest show. "You must have my smash hit of a Broadway show confused with your presidency - which IS a total bomb and WILL indeed close early".

It all began when Trump tweeted that Moore's Broadway show was "sloppy".

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Moore went on to defend his show, explaining what "limited engagement" meant, also adding that Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor, Jared Kushner, was a fan of the very show that Trump was calling a flop.

Moore said as much Saturday, reiterating that the limited run was because of his commitments to other TV and movie projects. According to the Broadway League statistics, the show grossed $4.2 million, just under half of its potential gross, with an average capacity of 78 percent.

Michael Moore recently announced that he is making a new documentary film about Trump.

One thing we've learned by now is that President Donald Trump doesn't hesitate to attack any of his critics via Twitter.

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