Trump’s declining mental state took another step into the public eye as during a rally in Florida; the Republican nominee claimed that Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is part of a sinister conspiracy against him.
Trump says “wouldn’t you think Paul Ryan would call and say good going?”after his debate performance. https://t.co/5hUlSkwEut
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While campaigning in Florida, Trump said, “Wouldn’t you think Paul Ryan would call and say good going. In front of just about the largest debate for a second-night debate in the history of the country. You’d think they’d say, ‘Great going, Don. Let’s go, let’s beat this crook. Let’s beat her, we’ve got to stop her.’ No, he doesn’t do that. There’s a whole deal going on, we’re going to figure it out. I always figure things out, here’s a whole sinister deal going on.”
The Republican nominee isn’t unshackled. He is unhinged, and now accusing the highest ranking elected member of his own party of being involved in a vast conspiracy to bring him down.
Trump’s evidence for this sinister plot is that Speaker Ryan did not call him to tell him how wonderful he was in the second debate. Donald Trump’s little feelings are hurt, so of course, this means that the Republican Party is out to get him.
Trump has completely lost it. He is totally bonkers, and he still has the platform of being a national political figure for nearly four more weeks.
By the time Donald Trump is finished, there may not be a Republican Party left to rebuild. Trump is salting the earth, putting sugar in the gas tank, and burning the GOP to the ground on his way out the door.