After it became clear that Donald Trump was going to become the 45th President of the United States, millions of Americans were left in disbelief. With just over a month until Trump is sworn in as the next commander in chief, critics of the president-elect are not ready to throw in the towel, including Michael Moore.

Moore on Trump

For close to 30 years, liberal filmmaker Michael Moore has been a powerful voice on the political left. From taking on former President George W. Bush's role following the Islamic terrorist attacks on 9/11, to the American health care system, gun rights, and capitalism, Moore is never one to hold back his views.

Moore's latest film was titled "Michael Moore in TrumpLand," which made it clear of the filmmaker's stance on the billionaire real estate mogul. In recent weeks, Moore has led the fight against Donald Trump, calling for protests to take place on Inauguration Day. Moore elaborated further on his position during the December 16 edition of "All in with Chris Hayes" on MSNBC.

(Full interview in the above video.)

Joining MSNBC host Chris Hayes was Michael Moore, who continued his fight against Donald Trump.

As expected, Moore was quick to hit back at Trump, stating that he has "no right to enter" the office of the presidency. As Moore started to explain his current thoughts on Trump's transition, Hayes asked if he was worried that he would be lowering himself to the standards of the political right. In response, the Flint, Michigan native said that "you have to fight fire with fire."

Not stopping there, the filmmaker explained that electors will vote on Monday, where Donald Trump will officially lock up the 270 electoral votes needed to become the next president.

"This needs protest, this needs people’s voices," Michael Moore said, before adding "People need to have their voice heard. Don't say to yourself, 'Oh, what's the use? Nothing's going to happen.'" "That's why we have to keep fighting," he continued, while also noting, "We have to fight all the way to Inauguration Day."

Moving forward

Despite a handful of "faithless electors" looking to go rogue and not vote for Donald Trump, the president-elect is expected to secure enough to make it offical.

The next plan of attack for critics of Trump, it appears, is a congressional investigation over Russia's reported hack of the presidential election. After the results of a secret CIA report were revealed last weekend, the FBI and the White House have since confirmed that not only did Russia hack the election, but that the Kremlin and President Vladimir Putin did so in order to hurt Hillary Clinton, and ensure a Trump victory.

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