Says he didn’t call Tim Cook by the wrong name, we heard it incorrectly!!
The crazy is strong in this one, Obi-Wan.
Axios has the inside scoop on Donald Trump’s speech to RNC donors at Mar-a-Lago Friday night, and take it from me, it’s a big bowl of bonkers.
Referring to the recent anti-semitism controversies with Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar, Trump told the donors: “The Democrats hate Jewish people.”
Trump described opening his curtain to look at Secret Service agents swarming the White House lawn. “They’re in the trees, on the lawn,” he said.
He said he saw agents wearing night vision goggles. “They’re in blackface,” Trump added, jokingly referring to the masks over the agents’ faces.
And if that’s not enough insanity for one Sunday, get a load of this. Trump claims he didn’t actually call Apple CEO Tim Cook “Tim Apple” last week. Even though, well, we saw him do exactly that on video. But don’t believe your own eyes and ears, fellow cultists. That was “fake news.” What he actually said was …
Trump told the donors that he actually said “Tim Cook Apple” really fast, and the “Cook” part of the sentence was soft. But all you heard from the “fake news,” he said, was “Tim Apple.”
As one of the donors in attendance told Axios, “I just thought, why would you lie about that? It doesn’t even matter!”
Why would you lie about that? Because you’re Donald Trump, and that’s your raison d’être.
That said, I’m not sure even David Koresh at his most megalomaniacal would have tried to deny something everyone at his compound had seen on video.
But Trump? That’s just another day at the office.