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The Republican convention gets a surprise visitor

And, who showed up for the GOP convention – none other than Michael Moore. Michael Moore is the writer and producer of 'Bowling for Columbine' and 'Fahrenheit 9/11'.  
Moore, sporting press credentials, showed up at the GOP convention. Moore is now writing for USA Today and was covering the GOP convention.   

Senator McCain, who was on the podium at the time, took notice of Moore and started a series of jabs at Moore.  Moore responded with waves, laughter, and the “L” hand sign which stands for loser. Moore seemed to be enjoying the focus of attention.  

When Moore was entering the building, security challenged him 3 times and made it difficult for him to reach his seat in the press box.  But Moore prevailed and he was finally seated without further incident from security.  

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