The man who is supposed to be leading the country is so out of his mind that he got the name of Senate Roy Moore wrong twice in a local Alabama radio interview.
al.com described Trump’s appearance on the “Rick and Bubba Show:”
“Luther Strange is going to be a great Senator,” Trump said. “He loves Alabama, he loves the state and he loves the country. He will absolutely win against the Democrat. Ray will have a hard time. If Luther wins, the Democrats will hardly fight. If Ray wins (Democrats) will pour in $30 million.”
When host Rick Burgess clarified that Moore’s first name was Roy and not Ray, Trump came back with why it’s “not a good sign” when the president doesn’t know your name.
“I don’t know that much about Roy Moore,” Trump said, using the correct first name. “Roy Moore is going to have a very hard time getting elected against the Democrat. Against Luther they won’t even fight.”
You know what else a really bad sign is? When a president so completely out of his mind or possibly demented that he can’t even remember the correct name of one of the two candidates in the state’s Republican Senate primary.
The country needs to understand that Trump doesn’t bluster just as an act. He also filiblusters to hide what he doesn’t know or can’t remember. Trump’s habit of getting names, places, and other details wrong isn’t some elaborate gimmick. It’s a sign that the man occupying the Oval Office is not mentally capable of handling the job.
When Trump is live and unscripted, he sends big red flags that as scary as it sounds, the President Of The United States is mentally unfit for office.