Trump Kicks Off North Dakota Rally By Rambling About His Favorite Pillow Brand

During Donald Trump’s opening remarks at a rally in Fargo, North Dakota, the off-his-rocker president rambled about his favorite pillow brand.

Trump gave a bizarre shout-out to one of his top supporters, My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell, saying: “You ever see this guy with the pillows on Fox?”

“He does make a great product, great pillows,” Trump continued, unable to stay on message for more than three seconds. “I actually use them, believe it or not.”

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The full text of Trump’s incoherent ramble:

You ever see this guy with the pillows on Fox? My Pillow guy, Mike Lindell. Where is Mike? He is the greatest – I have never seen so many ads for so long, and you know what? I think he gets them for, like peanuts. First of all, he does make a great product. Great pillows. I actually use them, believe it or not. But he’s been, he’s been a supporter from day one. And I said, you know, I want you to be my ad buyer because I guarantee you he makes great deals. So I haven’t asked him yet – will you be my ad buyer, please, Mike? The My Pillow guy! Thank you, Mike. And he’s been with us right from the beginning, along with a lot of other folks actually. 

Donald Trump is several crayons short of a full box

Like a toddler, Donald Trump clearly lacks the ability to sit still or focus his attention on one subject for an extended period of time. Of course, unlike a toddler, he holds the most powerful office in the world.

At a time when migrant children are being locked in cages by the government, North Korea is already breaching the so-called “agreement” made during the Trump-Kim summit, and a U.S. Supreme Court justice announced his retirement, you would think the president would have no shortage of substantive topics to talk about.

Instead, he chose to kick off his self-serving political rally in North Dakota by doing a product plug for his favorite pillow.

Trump is unstable, unhinged and unwell. Each time he stands behind a podium in front of his roaring mob of supporters, sniffing and sweating his way through a speech, it’s abundantly clear that he is unfit to be President of the United States.