Liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Moore warned Democrats on Thursday night that electing a "professional politician" as nominee for four more years will lead President Trump's electorate as Trump, but stressed that this person can still lose the electoral college.
"We must have a beloved American, not a professional politician," Moore told "Late Night" host Seth Meyers. "You have to have someone who inspires the grassroots: The Democratic Party base is made up of women, black people, and young adults between the ages of 18 and 35, which is 70 percent of those who vote next year."
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"They could not wait to get to the polls … Who said that about the 25 who are running? Right now, when you wake up & # 39; I can not wait to take part in the polls, so I can for … John Hickenlooper can vote! & # 39; "Moore joked. "Or, Joe Biden! & # 39; I love Joe Biden … but we have to win!"
Moore called the selection of the "safest candidate" the "biggest mistake" and insisted that the Democrats need their "version" of Trump.
"He's a street fighter We need a street fighter to defeat him," he continued. "You're against a bully."
"Do you see street fighters – how many of the 25 do you see as street fighters?" Meyers asked.
"Uh … two," replied Moore, who later became Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., As a "street fighter".
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The director of "Fahrenheit 9/11" also claimed that the president was "a little bit afraid" to follow him because he was "too Basis "belongs.
"I'm an angry white man over 50 and I have a high school education," he added.