In the first footage from the film, we see Moore speak to Parkland student and activist David Hogg and rising Democratic star Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Notably, in the trailer Moore is seen delivering a tankload of water from Flint, Michigan, to the home of Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.
Since Trump won the election, the Oscar-winning documentarian has referred to the president a "traitor" who should be arrested and tweeted that his presidency is a "total bomb" that will "close early" (with the help of his 10-point plan).
The film's title references both the day that Trump was elected and Moore's 2004 documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 which critiqued the Bush presidency and the "war on terror". In October of 2016, he released Michael Moore in TrumpLand, a mixture of lecture and concert film that attempted to convince audiences to vote for Hillary Clinton.
The movies is expected to hit American theatres on September 21.
"If nothing else, I hope this film exposes that grave danger and shows people the way out", Moore said".
That city's water supply was poisoned when, in 2014, its source was switched from Lake Huron and the Detroit River to the cheaper Flint River, whose water flow was exposed to lead contamination. We don't need hope.
Asked if the film provides a "glimmer of hope", Moore shot back, "Fuck hope".
Moore explained the motivations behind his new doc, which is set to premiere at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, in an interview with HuffPost, as well. HuffPost also premiered a trailer for Fahrenheit 11/9, which drops on September 21.