Michael Moore Stills Thinks Americans Don’t Want Donald Trump To Be President

Kaitlan Collins | White House Correspondent

Michael Moore still thinks Americans don’t want Donald Trump to be president.

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 24: Michael Moore speaks during the PGA Produced By: New York Conference at Time Warner Center on October 24, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Thos Robinson/Getty Images for Producers Guild of America)

(Photo: Thos Robinson/Getty Images for Producers Guild of America)

“She got the most votes,” Moore said of Hillary Clinton during an interview with the Hollywood Reporter Wednesday night. “Our fellow Americans didn’t want [Trump]. She got the majority of votes. So if you want to just hang onto one sliver of something such as hope or truth, she had a quarter million votes ahead of him.”

“I don’t think he started running for president to be president,” he added. “I don’t think he wanted to be president.” (RELATED: Michael Moore Claims He Knows ‘For A Fact’ That Donald Trump Doesn’t Want To Be President)

“Trump’s ideology — what he believes in — is Donald J. Trump.”

(Photo: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

(Photo: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Clinton did surpass Trump in the popular vote, but only by a margin of 198,400. She received 59,626,052 votes while Trump had 59,427,652.

He amassed 279 votes in the Electoral College, Clinton had 228. (RELATED: Michael Moore: ‘People Don’t Trust Democrats Anymore’)

Kaitlan Collins

White House Correspondent


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