Donald Trump went on an empty demented rant at the right-wing’s anti-Iran deal rally that demonstrated why he should never be president.
Trump called the deal incompetently negotiated, and he promised that he won the presidency the four prisoners detained in Iran will be back in America before he takes office, because he is going tell Iran to return them.
Donald Trump said that Democratic leaders are very, very stupid people, and we are not getting anything out of the Iran deal. Trump promised, “We will have so much winning if I get elected that you may get bored with winning. Believe me.”
Trump was able to stay on the subject of the Iran deal for a few minutes before he turned to his favorite subject Donald Trump, “We are going to turn this country around we are going to start winning bigly on trade, militarily, we’re going to build up our military. We are going to have such a strong military that nobody will mess with us, but we will never have to use it.”
Donald Trump appears to have no idea what is in the Iran deal. Instead of making any sort of lucid argument, Trump went with his standard bluster about how he is the greatest thing in the world, and if Republicans vote for him, America will be great.
Trump should never be president. The man literally has no idea what he is talking about. He stands up, fires up the Trump self-hype machine, and wows Republicans with kind of bluster and empty tough talk that they love.
The anti-Iran deal rally has been a colossal flop. Hundreds of right-wing extremists are gathered in D.C. to stop a deal that they can’t stop. Donald Trump continues to sell Republicans a fantasy. His incoherent delusion has become theirs, and instead of leading a party and movement, Trump demonstrated why he should never be allowed anywhere near the White House.
Mr. Easley is the founder/managing editor, who is White House Press Pool, and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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