Moore demonstrates the uses of Flint municipal water in “Fahrenheit 11/9.”
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Michael Moore takes on Trump via Flint, Michigan"I hope he never does one on me," Donald Trump once said of Michael Moore. Trump complimented Moore's "Roger & Me," a takedown of General Motors and its then-CEO, Roger Smith.Twenty years later, Moore has done that Trump film, and he includes that strange little scene. Moore isn't laughing much now, and the current president probably isn't either -- especially if he's heard about the Adolf Hitler comparisons.Presumably, Moore knows he's preaching to the choir.You may not cry when Moore unleashes a "Jaws"-like score as Trump takes the presidential oath, but you may weep when listening to the grieving, angry citizens of Flint.Moore excoriates the media.Moore tells us that Trump loves dictators -- North Korea's Kim Jong Un, for one -- and that brings him to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, to whom Moore attributes dictatorial tendencies.Finally, Moore makes his most attention-getting argument.
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