Continuing to ad lib his way through the pre-Cleveland daze of Summer, tehDonald tries to do something to make up for his teleprompter droning and in New Hampshire thinking that there were no Latinos in the audience…
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump on Thursday pointed to a plane flying above his event and said it could be a Mexican plane preparing to attack.
“That could be a Mexican plane up there — they’re getting ready to attack,” Trump said as the plane flew overhead.
Donald Trump stopped talking about his views on free trade Thursday to surmise that a random plane flying overhead at his campaign rally was Mexico “getting ready to attack.”
“Mexico, and I respect Mexico, I respect their leaders, what they’ve done to us is incredible. Their leaders are so much smarter, so much sharper. And it’s incredible,” Trump said.
He shut down plans to have him arrive in Cleveland by train, arguing that it’s been done before, and he decided against delivering his convention-closing speech at a larger, outdoor stadium over concerns that it would cost too much. He did tell the Times that he was tempted by the outdoor stadium though, because it would have afforded him the chance to arrive via helicopter.
So Tr(i)ump(h) of the Will Donald screws with the LIV audience by warning of a Mexican Armada, much like the Molotov-Ribbentrop “Polish invasion of Germany” resembles Brexit’s Polish immigration to the UK. And even Godwin himself thinks there are moments where his “law” is appropriate.