Total bomb': Trump in Twitter spat with filmmaker Michael Moore

Total bomb': Trump in Twitter spat with filmmaker Michael Moore

President Donald Trump and filmmaker Michael Moore have gotten into a Twitter spat following the closure of Moore's one-man show on Broadway. The president posted his most self-aware tweet to date, admitting it wasn't very presidential to do what he was about to do. and then gleefully proclaiming that Moore's show had closed because it was "a TOTAL BOMB".

President Donald Trump zeroed-in on a completely new target: film maker Michael Moore, who was and is still critical of Trump's mandate.

The topic: Moore's Broadway production "The Terms of My Surrender".

Moore's show began performances July 28 at the Belasco Theatre, where it opened officially August 10.

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And now, according to TV reports on CNN-News 18, the Madras High Court , on 27 October, dismissed the plea and backed the film. However, the court held everyone have the right to express their opinions and this applies to films as well.

It wasn't long before Moore replied with a few digs of his own. However, according to Playbill's report, that was not the case, since it was already scheduled to end October 22.

Moore's show, The Terms of My Surrender, was billed as a 12-week limited engagement when it was first announced in May.

Moore also wrote that The Terms of My Surrender was the highest grossing non-musical play of the summer, despite purposely making tickets low-priced to encourage people of all economic backgrounds to attend.

Moore also accused Trump of trying to distract from more-pressing issues, such as the situation in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and special counsel Robert Mueller III's ongoing investigation into whether Trump's campaign coordinated with Russians seeking to meddle in the 2016 election.

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