Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Michael Moore To Seth Meyers: I Got ‘Played’ By Donald Trump

By The Daily Beast., Aug 29, 2016 

Filmmaker Michael Moore visited Late Night with Seth Meyers on Monday night, and he spent most of his time talking about the first time he met Donald Trump.

The year was 1998, and both Moore and Trump were guests on Roseanne Barr’s short-lived syndicated talk show. As Moore told Meyers, the producer came up to him in the green room before the show and told him Trump was “really nervous” about him being on the show and was threatening to leave before the taping. They asked Moore to try to reason with him and get him to stay.

“So I walk over to him, and I said, ‘Mr. Trump, it’s Michael Moore.’ And I shook his hand, and it’s all clammy.” Before Meyers could ask, Moore added, “I don’t remember the size of the hand.”

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