In his new film, Michael Moore warns that Donald Trump may be ‘America’s last president’

In his new film, Michael Moore warns that Donald Trump may be ‘America’s last president’
Michael Moore (Image: Fox News video screen grab)

Michael Moore has been making the rounds lately, promoting his new film “Fahrenheit 11/9.” In the process, he has been dropping what many in the media are treating as a bombshell. It is “absolutely possible,” the portly director has grimly pronounced on ABC and elsewhere, that Donald Trump may be “America’s last president.”

On Thursday his publicity campaign took him to MSNBC. In the video that follows, Moore enlarges on why he believes the president is looking to seize absolute power (text follows):

I think we have someone in the White House who has no respect for the rule of law, who dislikes democracy by an incredible degree. …

If calling the president a dictator sounds familiar, it’s probably because you’ve heard it before in connection with other presidents:

In fact, it goes much deeper than this. Here is the Washington Post on Nov. 18, 2014:

… Obama can take comfort in knowing he is not the first president to be seen as a dictator, or king, or emperor. It apparently comes with the gig. Nearly all presidents are tyrannical overlords, until they’ve been out of office for a few years and are only remembered as the nice old people in history books, who were so much better than the current tyrannical overlords.

The observation that Trump may be our last president is not even novel for Moore, who made the same exact claim on the far-left public television show “Democracy Now!” on Nov. 7, 2016:

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