CNN cut off Trump’s comments after the Supreme Court arguments and laughed at the former president for rambling incoherently.
Trump said nothing about the Colorado case and instead sputtered:
— I consider this to be greater electoral interference by the Democrats. The good news is that we are ahead in virtually every poll. We’re leading… I don’t even know if we have any more, I’m not sure we have the Republican candidates, anyone running. But without having any impact. As you know, we won Iowa, we won New Hampshire in records, every one of them a record. I think we will do very well. Right now I’m going to Nevada for the caucuses.
And I think we will do very well there, all the polls indicate that we are in the 90s. Maybe more than the 90s. They certainly did well in primaries in which it did not matter where they voted very well. And we have tremendous support from the people of our country. They hate what’s happening at the border. They hate what is happening in general, we are not respected…
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CNN interrupted Trump after about 90 seconds and Jale Tapper said with a laugh: “ Well. I think we have achieved all the legal analysis we will get out of President Trump. “
Trump said nothing about the ballot disqualification case, but seemed determined to try to use what little national television coverage he got to jam his entire campaign speech into a few minutes before the networks realized what was happening. and they interrupted him.
What made the situation even stranger was that Trump appeared to be reading his campaign speech off a teleprompter in a low, monotone voice, as if he had just woken up from a nap or was about to go take a nap.
They are laughing at Trump’s attempts to manipulate and mislead the media.
The former president looks, sounds and acts like a person with severe cognitive impairment, who should not be considered for the presidency.
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