Michael Moore plans to take over President Donald Trump in the fall.
The outspoken filmmaker visited The Late Show on Thursday night with Stephen Colbert and unveiled his anti-Trump documentary Fahrenheit 11/9 in the style of Fahrenheit 9/11 his critically acclaimed film about former President George W. Bush and the run-up to the second war in Iraq. The title is also a nod to November 9, one day after Trump's election in 2016.
"Look, we're in deep, deep trouble," said Moore Trump nemesis Stephen Colbert about the current state
The Oscar-winning filmmaker said he's still working on the film, and he'll be released on September 21
He told Colbert that the doc would find out, "How the hell do we get on in this situation and how will we get away."
The director then shared a short clip in which he tried Trump's Mar-a-Lago Resort in Palm Beach, Florida.
"We were just in the area where I was shooting my next movie, so I thought I was going to visit the Southern White House," Moore tells a security officer in the footage.
"The Secret Service sent me here and I want to go upstairs and talk to Donald Trump," the director says before a siren sounds in the background and the footage ends.
The director – who had previously swapped with Trump on social media – told Colbert that he did not do it. One gets far and was only 11 minutes in Mar-a-Largo
"Did they forcibly kick you out? "asked Colbert.
"No, they can not do that with me," joked Moore, referring to his weight.
Last month, after Roseanne Barr's social media meltdown, Moore took Twitter to call her comments "hateful" and hinted in a post that he was working on a takedown, both Barr and Trump.
"I know Roseanne and I know Trump and they'll regret the day they knew me …" Moore tweeted.
The leftist director, who was Barr's target on Twitter, also included a clip from a 1998 interview with the comedian and Trump
In the video, Barr Moore cited the "philosophical counterpart to Donald Trump."