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.”


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.