Is this the video you reference lefitte?
This is not the video, but it is the speech. Moore took the soundtrack of this speech and made a segment for his documentary TRUMPLAND, only there was no Moore sitting there and there was no audience. He only used the audio of the speech to serve as voice over amid images that reinforced the words he was saying and accompanied by this very dignified music as a tribute to the common man. The segment is addressing potential Trump voters, especially in the Midwest, who want change and think that Trump is the answer. Moore (brilliantly) exploits their enthusiasm with this highly emotional segment reinforcing their own desire for Trump, getting them all worked up to a fever pitch and encouraging them to believe that Moore himself is for Trump.
But Moore is not for Trump. The segment was simply to get the attention of Trump voters so he could flip the story.
At the end of the clip, the voice over Moore finishes by saying (approximate quote) "...and so I ask you to Vote for ...Donald J. Trump ...and it will feel (pause) ... good."
The Doc continues (as Snopes says) with Moore adopting a softer tone and says in so many words, Trump is not the guy that's going to help you with all this (despite your enthusiasm). So the emotional and sometime moving segment was a set up.
Franchi and his horrible Next News Network lifts the segment out of TRUMPLAND and seems to misrepresent it using it for his own purposes. After the clip, he mentions Trumpland almost in passing disingenuously not telling us that the segment we just saw is lifted from that self-same doc. So the clip as he showed it was completely out of context. I think he wanted to encourage people to vote for Trump although Moore did not mean that at all. Dirty little snipe.
I believe Trumpland is online in its entirety and this segment can be found within it.
The Franchi vid is no longer on the internet and for good reason. Moore probably told him to take it down.