Moore also claimed that the infamous New York Times op-ed was written by Trump. The op-ed was supposedly part of his master plan.
Michael Moore, the ever-obtuse opining gasbag of American politics, recently spoke with CNN ahead of his "Fahrenheit 11/9" documentary regarding the 2016 presidential election. While chatting with the network, Moore remarked that President Donald J. Trump was "an evil genius" who somehow "outsmarted the smartest person to ever run for president." Considering he probably did not mean Green candidate Jill Stein, it is a safe bet to say that he meant Hillary Clinton with this comment.
"I think the man is an evil genius and he was able to outsmart the smartest person ever to run for president," Moore said. "He figured out how to win by losing the election. How did that happen? Historians are going to deal with this for years to come."
Of course, by "figured out" all candidate Trump did was actually go to places such as Wisconsin, northern Maine, and other areas of the country that candidate Hillary cast off as "a basket of deplorables." It didn't take a genius to configure the electoral college and understand it is not the popular vote that matters when running for president.
The progressive filmmaker also said that he acts as if the 45th commander-in-chief will win re-election come 2020.