The release of the trailer was accompanied by an interview with Moore by The Huffington Post where the filmmaker made sure to attack the president.
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.
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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. "That all ends with this movie".
Many of Moore's prior movies caused a stir, but that was before the omnipresence of social media, Since we're all constantly drowning in the never-ending news cycle of Trump's latest idiotic statement or decision, I'm not sure how effective this film can be.
He also added that journalism schools do not teach students how to handle an "authoritarian leader" and hopes that this film shows viewers the "danger" of President Trump where the execution of their jobs is concerned. "Our media has no idea what it is up against", he continued.
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There's even a moment where Moore decides to spray down a governor's home with contaminated water from Flint, Michigan, which is now over 1,300 days without clean water.
This film will be Moore's second film about the president.
Besides heavily hinting at a dystopian reality here in the United States, just as Fahrenheit 9/11's title did, Moore's new doc switches the titular date to reference Trump's appointment as president.
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"If nothing else, I hope this film exposes that grave danger and shows people the way out", Moore said".