After just one month in the White House, President Donald Trump has already received constant criticism and backlash from those who oppose his agenda. Filmmaker Michael Moore warned about what a Trump presidency could mean for the United States during the months leading up to the election, and is now doubling down.

Moore on Trump

When Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president back in June 2015, most people didn't take him too seriously. As the months rolled on, Trump started to gain momentum, shaming and picking off each of his Republican primary opponents, which led to his eventual nomination as the party's candidate for president.

Michael Moore took Trump as a legit threat, and even made a documentary film titled "Michael Moore in TrumpLand" to speak out against the former host of "The Apprentice." Moore's criticisms were often brushed off, but were proven correct when Trump culminated his journey for president with an election win over Hillary Clinton. During a February 23 interview on CNN, the award-winning director continued his warning.

Michael Moore spoke with CNN host Don Lemon on Thursday night, and immediately cited a previous quote by Donald Trump where the president claimed he could shoot someone in the middle of New York City and not lose any support. "When he says he believes he could shoot somebody in the head and get away with it," Moore said, "he's proven he can do that over and over again." Moore went on to warn that the president is almost immune to any wrongdoing in the mind's of his supporters, referencing Trump's disparaging remarks about Sen.

John McCain not being a war hero, the comments on the now infamous Access Hollywood tape, and his attack on a gold-star family of a Muslim-American solider killed in Iraq.

Moore doubles down

Not stopping there, Michael Moore then predicted that Donald Trump will continue to appoint people who will dismantle fundamental and important parts of the government in order to push his agenda through.

"He's going to do everything he said they were going to do," Moore warned, pointing to his recent cabinet choices to run the EPA and the Department of Education.

"It's their job as Steve Bannon said today, to 'deconstruct,' which is a nice way of saying demolish," he noted, before adding, "that's what they are there for." Moore spent the rest of interview in similar tone, while also stating that the state of the country "will be as bad or worse" moving forward unless Democrats come together to stop it.