It does. Those things are comedy (albeit not to my taste), and I think by now the target audience is well aware that the point is to make any movie look silly regardless of actual quality.
The Kong guy is probably right in what he’s defending about his movie; even the one or two of those “Everything Wrong” videos that I watched made it very clear that half of the things they’re complaining about aren’t wrong at all but deliberate choices or actually make sense if you look at them in context. Those people are not very good at what they do, but then it’s at least clear what they do: if they’re talking about your movie, they won’t point to what they liked, their sole purpose is to point to shit they think is wrong. So why would you even watch that, as a director, much less actually answer their points?
He would’ve done better to respond to the Guardian’s Peter Bradshaw, who gave the movie one star and who said of it that “it’s something Ed Wood Jr might have made with a trillion dollars to do what he liked with but minus the fun”. I expect that if he’s read it, this made Vogts-Roberts want to cut his nipples off.
The writer of the article Robert posted does, actually. He refers to them as a positive example.
EDIT: Also, they’re not the Donald Trump of anything because they’re not the president of the USA. They are maybe what Donald Trump was before all that, which is someone whose opinion matters very little to anyone outside of a select circle.