Trump Calls Michael Moore's Broadway Play 'A Total Bomb'; Filmmaker Responds

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

It's unclear what prompted Trump to send such a tweet on the cusp of a Saturday evening - though, like Moore himself, "The Terms of My Surrender" did not hold back on its criticisms of Trump and his presidency.

Though Michael Moore's Broadway debut in The Terms of My Surrender was billed as a limited engagement that was already scheduled to end October 22, President Donald Trump used its recent closing as an opportunity to address the show, which examined his presidency and administration with a decidedly critical eye.

Moore, who has always been an outspoken Trump critic, went on to criticize his tumultuous presidency.

The latest target is MI native and filmmaker Michael Moore, whose one-man Broadway play, "The Terms of My Surrender", goes after Trump in a big way. "You must have my smash hit of a Broadway show confused with your presidency - which IS a total bomb and WILL indeed close early". This would make Trump's assertion that it was a "forced to close" false.

The victor of the Oscar for best documentary in 2003 for "Bowling for Columbine" then added that on Sunday one U.S. soldier was killed and six wounded in a non-combat helicopter accident in the "never-ending" war in Afghanistan. Yet u are more upset that so many ppl saw my B'way show. SAD.

When the show was announced in May, it was mentioned at the time it would play for a 12-week limited engagement.

"It was the highest grossing play (non-musical) of the summer, despite my offering $29 cheap seats + free student tix so ALL could afford".

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