Michael Moore: FBI ‘depressed’ Clinton’s support
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Filmmaker Michael Moore says the FBI’s continued probe of Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonDHS secretary: No sign Russia targeting midterm elections at 2016 level Twitter suspends Guccifer 2.0 and DCLeaks accounts after indictments Elon Musk donated nearly K to Republican PAC, filings show MORE’s emails is dampening enthusiasm for her presidential campaign.

“Ten percent of the Hillary vote got depressed by the FBI announcement,” Moore said in an interview with The Daily Beast published Tuesday.

“They’re still going to vote for her, but they’re not as enthusiastic, and maybe won’t do the work for her this weekend that they were going to,” Moore added of the Democratic nominee’s supporters.

Moore said Clinton’s emails themselves are “irrelevant,” arguing he personally does not take the FBI’s new probe “seriously at all." The liberal documentarian noted the real damage stems instead from negative headlines.

Moore, who recently completed a movie about GOP nominee Donald Trump, says "the lack of enthusiasm is dangerous" for Clinton considering her opponent's built-in celebrity.

“Trump is a well-liked, very popular TV star,” he said. “And one thing the Republicans have learned — when they run Ronald Reagan, when they run Arnold Schwarzenegger — when they run stars, they win."

Trump's favorability ratings are among the lowest ever recorded for a presidential candidate, but Moore, who support Clinton, says "this could go wrong very quickly" for her.

“We live in a country that loves 'The Bachelorette,' 'Celebrity Apprentice' and 'American Idol;' that sits in front of their TVs seven hours a day, and they do strange things. So take nothing for granted over the next eight days," he said.