The Huffington Post tweeted an exclusive trailer for the film Thursday morning, and it's slated to hit theaters on September 21. To make the Trump documentary, Moore has reunited with his acclaimed team from Fahrenheit 9/11 - Oscar-nominated documentary directors/producers Meghan O'Hara, Tia Lessin and Carl Deal. But months before that infamous night, Moore had already begun ruminating on what could be done to stop the, according to him, "carnage Trump would inflict while president".
In an interview with HuffPost, Michael Moore said that Trump "has no intention of leaving the White House" and that the Republican party will be "backing him up" all the way.
The new trailer includes a Michigan-centric trip to Gov. Rick Snyder's home, where Moore pulls out a fire hose and sprays "Flint Water" out of a tanker truck and over the fence onto the property. "This is the movie that will end the madness".
Speaking to RTÉ Entertainment in 2016 on the eve of the release of his last film Where to Invade Next Moore advised Irish people to ridicule Trump on a planned but subsequently cancelled visit to Ireland.
He emphasizes that having "hope" alone is passive, saying our nation should not rely on this to solve our problems.
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The new documentary will premiere at this year's Toronto Film Festival before a US release on September 21.
"American journalism schools have not trained students how to cover an authoritarian leader".
"Our media has no idea what it is up against, he said".
He added that: "If nothing else, I hope this film exposes that grave danger and shows people the way out".
"Fahrenheit 11/9"'s release comes just ahead of the US mid-term elections, with Moore looking to spread anti-Trump messaging and insight into his politics.