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Sometimes the most obvious answer is the correct one.
Stephanie Marie Anderson

26 Oct 2016 - 12:58 PM  UPDATED 26 Oct 2016 - 12:58 PM

Appearing on U.S. talk show The View to discuss his surprise new doco Trumpland, left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore discussed Hillary Clinton's politics with View co-host Candace Cameron-Bure.

“I wish she played up her Christian… I don’t want to say played the Christian card, but I wish she played up her faith and talked about it more," said Cameron-Bure, adding: “I understand why she doesn’t, but I’d like to hear about it more.”

Cameron-Bure went on to say that while she understands that Clinton is "giving everybody a choice" it can be "very difficult" to understand some of her positions "for those people that really look to the Bible".

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"With some of her positions, I don't believe she lives it," she said, of Clinton's Christian faith.

Moore wasn't having any of it, responding: “What I would say to the people who are against abortion is, if you are against it, don’t have one".

He continued: “If you are against gay marriage, don’t get gay married. You won’t like it. It’s not for you. But live and let live. You live your faith in the way you believe you should live it, and let other people."

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Moore went on to point out that the majority of Americans "are pro-choice, they believe women should be paid the same as men, they believe we should have clean air and drink clean water".

“We agree on so many things," he concluded, "and the few things we disagree on, let’s just agree to disagree.”