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Michael Moore says Trump could win, in the year 2020, Midwest support is not yet fallen ‘customs’

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Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore argues that President Trump could be on his way to another election victory, claiming his support is not like “an inch” in the mid-West of the battlefields, which are key to the 2020 presidential campaign.

At the same time, Moore used the warning to make his case for a candidate such as Bernie Sanders — who approved — Democrats are not pushing to nominate other “Republican-lite” candidates like the former Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

While suggesting that his party still has a chance, Moore said that if 2020 were held the elections today, trump would lose the popular vote by a larger margin voice as he can win in 2016, but still a choice.

“I think if the elections were held today, Hillary won by 3 million popular votes. I think, who are the Democrats to win next year, from 4 to 5 million popular votes,” Moore told democracy Now in an interview published on Thursday.

“There is no question in my mind that people who stay home, who sat on the bench, you go to pour, in California and New York and, you know, but also in Texas and whatever, I mean places that Trump is likely to win, but Yes, it is a much higher percentage of people who vote against him.”

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While the Democrats, you feel attracted to go in 2020, the Michigan filmmaker, trump stated the support in the middle West of the USA is not disregard for, and if anything has strengthened, out of fear he could lose his re-election bid.

“The problem is, if the vote were today, I believe he would win the elections that he would need it because living there, I’ll tell you, his level of support, not an inch is increased. In fact, I would say it is even more angry than it was before — because you are afraid of now. She is afraid of losing he could.”

Moore claims that the choice of a other could moderate such as former Vice-President, Joe Biden, doom Democrats.

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“The majority of the American people agree with us. Seventy percent of the voters in the next year will be women, people of color, and young adults. Okay? All of that on our side. What we need to do so, we must ensure that we are not another Hillary Clinton,” he said.

He added that Clinton will lose, because the working class voters, but because the democratic base — “women, people of color, young people” — were deterred by the candidates.

“She’s just lost then, Michigan 10, 11,000 votes. 90,000 wanted to send a message to the Democratic party: “they have forgotten us a long time ago here, and we will not put up with this anymore. We are not going to vote for trump, but we are not going to tolerate, please send us another Republican-lite Democrat,'” Moore said.

Many democratic commentators argue that the opposite-that a candidate like Sanders would alienate critical swing voters and hand Trump a victory.

But Moore’s comments, the raging internal debate over the question of whether the party will nominate a progressive like Sanders or Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass talk., or moderates like Biden. Moore Biden previously called, describes him as “this year’s Hillary” and the warning that he would excite the base.

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In October, Moore endorsed Sanders, I-Vt., maybe the leftmost candidate in the race.

“Why do I have to for Bernie? Because Bernie understands that capitalism and the greedy form of capitalism, particularly the one we have now is the core of so many of the problems we are talking about. And he is not to be afraid and just say that-that it is the problem,” he said.

Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn and Nick Givas contributed to this report.

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