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Michael Moore urges protestors to disrupt Donald Trump's inauguration

Filmmaker and activist Michael Moore hopes protestors will flock to Washington D.C. to "disrupt" the inauguration of president-elect Donald Trump.

He issued his call to action via Twitter, the next president's favorite social media platform.

"Silence is not an option," Moore wrote.

He later followed that up with a tweet directed at Trump, who hasn't (yet) responded:

Moore was vocal throughout Trump's campaign, at one point staging a one-man protest outside Trump Tower, and later releasing a documentary just prior to Election Day.

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