Michael Moore is an Oscar-winning political documentarian. He’s tackled the big issues with his movies – “Bowling for Columbine” took on the gun issue in America, “Fahrenheit 9/11” took on the Bush administration, “Sicko” took on the healthcare debate, “Capitalism: A Love Story” took on Goldman Sachs...the list goes on.

He’s yet to make a Film about Trump’s America, but he probably needs some more material first, and to see how his reign as President pans out. And besides, he did a one-man show called “Michael Moore in TrumpLand” that was excellent and he’s made himself known as a critic of the current commander-in-chief.

Moore is currently promoting his new Broadway show, ‘The Terms of My Surrender’

Now, Moore’s doing a new show on Broadway called “The Terms of My Surrender” (great title) in which he’ll take Trump to task. His aim with the show is to “bring down” President Trump, and to promote it, he’s sat down for an interview with Variety, in which he touched on the 100 performances of the anti-Trump show he’s doing over 12 weeks, where the hopeless and despaired Democrats can go from here, and his predictions for Trump’s impeachment (after he correctly predicted the guy would win). Oh, and he also endorsed Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson for President in 2020.

When asked who should run for the Democrats in 2020, Moore touched on the idea that “Trump is a beloved TV star,” which may have gone a long way towards getting him elected.

Hillary Clinton is a politician with a political background, but a reality TV star was a breath of fresh air for voters. Moore reminds us that the Republicans have always used this tactic – from Ronald Reagan to Arnold Schwarzenegger – and that the Democrats should adopt this tactic because they have plenty of supporters who are “beloved by the American people” and yet “Democrats always shy away from Hollywood.”

Moore says, “People love Hollywood!

They love the movies. They love stars.” He recommends running a Democratic candidate like Tom Hanks or Oprah Winfrey. It’s a really great idea. Either of those two are guaranteed to win.

‘Run The Rock!’

The second the name Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson came up, Moore enthusiastically endorsed him for President: “Run The Rock! Run The Rock.” He said that, for President, “I want the f*cking Rock!” because he “would scare anybody that would hurt us,” which would make America so “safe.” He said the same goes for Liam Neeson, but mentions Neeson wouldn’t be able to run because he wasn’t born in the United States, but says the Democrats should run “the American Liam Neeson...because nobody would f*ck with him.”