President Trump ROASTS Michael Moore’s “Total Bomb”
This is why we love President Trump.
He is most definitely NOT a politician.
He’s not concerned about appearance or saying the right thing.
In fact, he often knows what he’s saying will be interpreted by the pinheads on CNN and MSNBC as “not Presidential” but he doesn’t care. He says it anyway.
Because that’s who he is, and that’s who we elected. All 70 million of us! We love Trump because he’s his own man, not beholden to anyone!
And he just proved it again with this Tweet:
While not at all presidential I must point out that the Sloppy Michael Moore Show on Broadway was a TOTAL BOMB and was forced to close. Sad!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 28, 2017
He totally cuts the argument that he’s not acting Presidential by saying it right in the Tweet, and then he moves on to roast Michael Moore’s total bomb of a Broadway show.
It’s true, the show was a total failure by both commercial and critical standards. Basically, the critics hated it and so did the people who paid to see it.
That’s what you call a total loser.
Back in late July, liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Moore (Roger & Me, Fahrenheit 9/11) made his Broadway debut with an ostensibly tongue-in-cheek tagline accompanying his two-hour one-man play, The Terms of My Surrender.
“Can A Broadway Show Bring Down A Sitting President?” an assured-looking Moore asked of his latest passion project in a spare white promotional banner. Mock aspiration or no, the limited-run performance about the acclaimed documentarian’s life and his views on President Trump culminated its 12-week, 88-show gauntlet on Oct. 22 at the Belasco Theater to fairly underwhelming critical and commercial support.
According to BroadwayWorld.com, The Terms of My Surrender earned a total gross of $4.2 million during its summer-to-fall performance calendar, translating into less than half of what it could’ve earned with nightly sell-outs in the intimate 1,016 seat theater.
In its final week, for instance, the $367,634 the show generated in ticket sales amounted to only 47.2% of its gross potential for that period. Worse, its box office performance the week before garnered only $296,116 of a $778,176 ceiling based on seating capacity and adjusted market value ticket prices.
As a fitting comparison of the fanfare attending other 2017 Broadway shows, The Glass Menagerie starring Sally Field preceded Moore’s residency at the Belasco earlier this year and amassed $5.4 million over 85 performances between February and May.
Written and performed by Moore and directed by veteran Broadway presence Michael Mayer (American Idiot, Hedwig and the Angry Inch), The Terms of My Surrender was regarded as “shaggy and self-aggrandizing” by theater critic Jesse Green in an August review for The New York Times, with the author additionally opining that Moore’s “shtick has become disagreeable with age.”
These Lefty Loons just don’t get it, do they? They keep thinking they are above President Trump, and they keep getting smacked down.
Moore said of his now flopped and failed show: “Can a Broadway show bring down a sitting President?” And we now have our answer. No. Not even close. In fact, I didn’t even know this loser had a broadway show until my President tweeted about it.
Michael Moore is the poop fleck on Donald Trump’s boot. What a legacy.