Donald Trump doesn’t want to be the President, at least Michael Moore thinks so

Donald Trump doesn’t want to be the President, at least Michael Moore thinks soDonald Trump does not want to be president of the United States and is now sabotaging his own campaign in order to avoid the Oval Office, documentary film-maker Michael Moore wrote in his blog on The Huffington Post, claiming he knows it “for fact.”

It all started when Trump felt unhappy over his deal as host and star of his hit NBC show, “The Apprentice”. So he floated the idea of possibly running for president to get the attention from other networks and make his negotiating position stronger.

“Of course he wouldn’t really have to run for president—just make the announcement, hold a few mega-rallies that would be packed with tens of thousands of fans, and wait for the first opinion polls to come in showing him—what else?—in first place! Then he would get whatever deal he wanted, worth millions more than what he was currently being paid,” Moore wrote.

For his racist phrases Trump lost his NBC job, but “he stuck to his plan anyway to increase his “value” in the eyes of the other networks by showing them how many millions of Americans wanted him to be their leader.”

And the show goes on with no expectation of Trump becoming a nominee. Then something happened.

“Trump, to his own surprise, ignited the country, especially among people who were the opposite of billionaires. He went straight to #1 in the polls of Republican voters,” Moore continues.

Later the growing attention overwhelmed Trump. “Trump fell in love with himself all over again, and he soon forgot his mission to get a good deal for a TV show,” Moore writes. “He was no longer king of the deal-makers — he was King of the World!”

But the last weeks came as a disaster for Republican nominee’s campaign as Trump attacked on the family of Humayun Khan and asked “second amendment people” to stop Clinton. Moore suggests that Trump’s outlandish behaviour was an attempt to “self-sacrifice” his campaign.

“Maybe the meltdown of the past three weeks was no accident. Maybe it’s all part of his new strategy to get the hell out of a race he never intended to see through to its end anyway.”

Moore also suggests that Trump would give up the Republican nomination rather than lose on election night.

“Trust me, I’ve met the guy. Spent an afternoon with him. He would rather invite the Clintons and the Obamas to his next wedding than have that scarlet letter L branded on his forehead seconds after the last polls have closed on that night, the evening of the final episode of the permanently canceled Donald Trump Shit-Show.”
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