Michael Moore calls for President Trump’s arrest after General Michael Flynn’s resignation

FILE - In this June 9, 2016, file photo, director Michael Moore reacts as he poses for photographers at the photo call of his new film, 'Where To Invade Next' in London. Moore said during an online edition of HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher" in July 20, 2016, that he thinks Republican Donald Trump is going to win the upcoming presidential election. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP, File)

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After it was announced that General Michael Flynn had resigned from his post as President Donald Trump’s National Security Adviser, filmmaker Michael Moore went on a Twitter spree about whether the White House knew of Flynn’s actions.

Flynn reportedly discussed sanctions against the Russian government with the United States Ambassador to Russia. On Monday it was reported that the Trump administration knew about Flynn’s comments weeks before they became public via the media.

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“Let’s be VERY clear: Flynn DID NOT make that Russian call on his own. He was INSTRUCTED to do so.He was TOLD to reassure them. Arrest Trump,” Moore said.

For several tweets, Moore repeatedly called for Trump to be arrested.

The next morning, Moore was back at it.

“Um, — It’s now noontime in DC & it appears you are still squatting in our Oval Office. I gave u til this morning to leave,” Moore said

“What part of “vacate you Russian traitor” don’t you understand? We can do this the easy way (you resign), or the hard way (impeachment).”

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