A week after he was reelected, Donald Trump is going to be the President of The World.
Trump has a record of turning on those who challenge him.
On Saturday, he declared that a man named Michael Moore was not fit to serve in the position of the President.
In a tweet, Trump tweeted that Moore was “unfit to serve as our President.”
In fact, Moore is not even an American citizen.
Moore is a documentary filmmaker and a former director of The Innocence of Muslims.
He has no business as the President-elect of the United States.
His documentary film was based on an article in the September issue of The Washington Post that falsely claimed that Muslims who practice polygamy are involved in terrorism.
Moore, who was forced to flee Saudi Arabia because of his ties to the Saudi royal family, has been making the case that the U.S. government has been infiltrated by Muslims who seek to subvert America’s secular democracy.
Moore said in a statement that he was “disappointed” in Trump’s tweet.
“I was not aware of this tweet and I am surprised to learn it was posted.
It’s shameful for a president-elect to say something so ignorant.
This tweet also reveals a lack of understanding of the role of our government and our Constitution, which were the cornerstone of our country.
The Founders and our Founding Fathers were very clear on this point, which is why I stand with President Trump and all Americans who are offended by his comment.
As a result of the false and incendiary statements of the past week, our democracy is under attack.
We need a new leader to restore faith and confidence in our democratic system, and I look forward to working with him.”
Moore’s latest movie, American Sniper, was a hit in theaters, and the filmmaker has been nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary Feature.
He is the founder and president of American Sniper Media Group.
This is the first time a president of the U,S.
has made a personal statement attacking a filmmaker.
A few weeks ago, Trump called for the immediate resignation of the director of American Hustle, Quentin Tarantino.
“He’s an American patriot, and he was just fired by Fox for his role in American Hustles,” Trump said.
Trump is also the latest president to take aim at filmmaker Michael Moore, and this is the latest in a string of tweets by Trump targeting the director.
In August, Trump claimed that “a lot of bad people” worked at Fox News, which was a frequent target of Trump.
Trump said that Moore’s movie, The Birth of a Nation, “represents a great movie, but that’s not a great representation of America.”
In September, Trump made headlines when he tweeted that a woman who was raped by Trump during a 1991 escort trip was a liar and that the Republican nominee should be impeached.
“It was a very unpleasant experience.
She is a liar.
She’s a perjurer,” Trump told a crowd at a campaign rally in Florida.
In October, Trump said he was not sure if he would be able to defend himself if Moore tried to sue him for defamation.
“Well, I’m not going to take him to court.
You know, I have no choice,” Trump added.
“You know, we’re gonna get into it, and that’s a big difference between me and you, OK?
But I’m looking at it.
And you know, if he wants to go ahead and sue me, great.
If not, then fine.
And if he’s not going for it, fine.
But I can’t do it.”
In January, Trump criticized the director for the use of his trademarked name, and in February, he called Moore a “puppet of Vladimir Putin” and “a liar.”
Trump also took aim at a female reporter who said he groped her at a Las Vegas golf tournament in 2005, and his attack on MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski sparked an outcry from many of his fellow Republicans.
“She was totally biased.
I never kissed her.
I have great respect for Mika.
I don’t think she was a good reporter,” Trump, now in the final weeks of his presidency, said.