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Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore has never been a fan of President Donald Trump. The vocal George W. Bush critic (“Fahrenheit 9/11”) has shifted his focus to Trump, leading protests and waging all out war via Twitter.

So when it appeared that Florida was going to be hit by Hurricane Irma, leaving a number of Floridians at least temporarily homeless, Moore saw the opportunity to take a swing at Trump.

He made his move on Twitter, asking why a president worth $1 billion would not open his Florida home to those in desperate need of shelter:

But Moore's lack of understanding of geography created a problem:

And they may have a point — when the U.S. Coast Guard can sail up to your front door, you're probably not in the best location to ride out a hurricane:

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That's when Hurricane Irma got her two cents in. The constantly changing path of the storm track put Mar-a-Lago and the surrounding area in imminent danger — and a mandatory evacuation order was given:


Please note: This is a commentary piece. The views and opinions expressed within it are those of the author only and do not necessarily reflect the editorial opinion of IJR.

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