Michael Moore slams New York Times endorsement process: ‘I thought ‘The Apprentice’ was back’

George Back
Producer, Yahoo Entertainment

Michael Moore visited Late Night With Seth Meyers Monday and revealed he wasn’t a big fan of The New York Times interviews of Democratic candidates.

On Sunday night, The Weekly aired the interviews. Apparently Moore was watching because he said, “I thought "The Apprentice" was back because they literally brought each of the Democratic candidates into a big board room where they have them sit at the table and do, like, a dog and pony show for the editorial board of The New York Times.”

Moore also took exception to some of the questions that the candidates were asked. “They started asking questions of the candidates like, "Who's the person that broke your heart the most?” recalled Moore. "Who is the person that broke your heart?’ We're in deep s*** right now. Why are you asking these questions?”

Moore has previously said that he prefers Bernie Sanders over the other Democratic candidates. But while talking to Seth Meyers, he admitted he wouldn’t be opposed to an all-female ticket. Fortunately for him, The New York Times endorsed two women, Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren.

Late Night With Seth Meyers airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on NBC.

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