Michael Moore and Bill Maher took a vow to stop Donald Trump from becoming president.
On Friday night, the film maker told Maher on his show “Real Time” that together they can stop Trump. Adding, “he is not going to the White House.”
“You and I are going to take him down,” Moore said. ” You and I. No, seriously. This is the end of Donald Trump.”
Maher concurred that Trump had to be stopped. “You tell me where to show up, I’ll be there,” he said.
The talk show host started the segment telling Moore he’s going to ask every guest if they have advice on how to stop Trump. “From now until the election — I’m just gonna ask everybody on this show, I don’t care if it gets boring — how do we stop Donald Trump,” he said. “Because nobody seems to have a strategy.”
Moore shared a story about the first time he met Trump and reportedly said the reality star was scared to meet him. “I was on a show with him 15 years ago, on a talk show, and the producer came over to me and said, ‘Um, Mr. Trump’s afraid to go on the show with you, that you’re gonna do something or say something,’” he said.
Maher has been troubled since Texas Sen. Ted Cruz dropped out of the race. He had pinned his hopes on Cruz to take down Trump. On one of the shows he even started a saying “Better Ted than dead.”