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Trump calls out Michael Moore for his 'total bomb' Broadway play — sends Moore into meltdown

Filmmaker Michael Moore went on an 11-tweet rant in response to a tweet from President Donald Trump. In a tweet, Trump called out Moore for his "total bomb" of a Broadway play. (Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

President Donald Trump admittedly did something Saturday that was "not at all presidential" — he called out filmmaker Michael Moore for his "total bomb" of a Broadway play.

What did he say?

Trump wrote from his personal Twitter account:

Trump was referring to Moore's latest Broadway show, "The Terms of My Surrender." The show opened this summer and ran for 12 weeks. It took aim at Trump and his policies. The show ran its complete schedule, but it performed poorly and grossed only $4.2 million, less than half of the show's potential.

The show also received poor critic reviews.

How did Moore reply?

Moore, in an tweet-storm consisting of 11 tweets, turned Trump's tweet around on him, and then ranted about the latest political issues while slamming Trump:

Moore concluded the rant by noting that someone very close to Trump is a fan of his work: Jared Kushner, a close adviser to Trump, who is also his son-in-law.

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