In the middle of tweeting about issues of national importance like the JFK files and an opioid epidemic, The Donald chose to take time out of his day (sure what else would he be doing?) to take a shot at the film makers recent Broadway show "The Terms of my Surrender".
"Although it isn't an entire presidential matter, I have to mention that Michael Moore's very poor overall performance on Broadway had been a TOTAL FAILURE and that he was compelled to close". Here's President Trump's tweet, followed by 11 responses from Moore.
Officially, the play was billed as "a hilarious satirical tour through the depraved new world we find ourselves in since appointing a madman as the leader of the free world".
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The anti-Trump, one-man-show began previews at Broadway's Belasco Theatre on July 28, and paid tribute to the liberal director's career in film and political activism.
A few hours after Trump's tweet posted, Moore responded on Twitter to dispute claims that the show had bombed or closed early. However, according to Playbill's report, that was not the case, since it was already scheduled to end October 22.
The show, which had a 12-week limited run, will hit the road next year, Moore says. And ones that are also factually incorrect! R u trying 2 distract us from this?" continued Moore, adding that "38 days after Maria, 3/4 of (Puerto Rico) (our fellow Americans) have NO electricity. All told, Terms grossed $4.2 million and was seen by 74,484 people, according to the Broadway League.