Donald Trump officially lost his cool this weekend, delivering an incredibly strange speech in which he made several inappropriate impersonations, rambled about conspiracy theories and even commented on the state of cinema in America, all while he was simply supposed to deliver a short statement.
It’s understandable because the Republican nominee is probably having the worst month of his presidency.
Here’s why: Nearly a week after his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton eviscerated him during the first presidential debate, The New York Times published explosive tax documents containing two major revelations about the media mogul who, so far during the course of his campaign, has been petulant about not releasing his tax returns: 1) He reported a $916 million loss in 1995 18 years 2) He went without paying federal income taxes as a result.
Since Trump offered no clarification or rebuttal backed by proof whatsoever in response to the report, he is expressing his frustration over the exposé via passive-aggressive ways.
For instance, the foul-mouthed billionaire just delivered a speech in Manheim, Pennsylvania that was absolutely bonkers — even by his standards.
Of all the bizarre stuff that he said and did, the most notable moment was when did a pathetic impression of how his opponent collapsed at the 9/11 Ground Zero ceremony due to pneumonia.
“Here’s a woman, she’s supposed to fight all of these different things, and she can’t make it 15 feet to her car,” Trump exclaimed. “Give me a break.”
And as if mocking someone’s health condition wasn’t enough proof of being a horrible person, Trump went on to suggest Clinton, like her husband, might have been unfaithful too.
“I don’t even think she’s loyal to Bill, if you want to know the truth. And really folks, why should she be, right?”
The speech was worse than it sounds actually. You can watch the complete address in the video below: