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Tom of Temecula

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Fri May 17, 2024, 11:46 PM May 17

'Most succential': Trump ridiculed after speech in which he 'confused his criminal cases' [View all]

Donald Trump on Friday was ridiculed online following a Minnesota speech during which the former president is said to have confused his own criminal cases.

Trump began his GOP dinner keynote address with complaints about the teleprompters, which he said were "falling down," and continued by whining that the podium itself needed work, as well. During the speech, the ex-president also said that Special Counsel Jack Smith was prosecuting him in New York. In reality, Smith's cases are in D.C. and Florida. "We have deranged Jack Smith in New York. He's a deranged individual, Washington," Trump said Friday.

Popular X account Spiro's Ghost responded to that Trump quote, saying, "Deranged Dementia Donald has confused his criminal cases." @CriticalBill76 wrote, "Jack L. Smith is not adjudicating Donald Trump in SDNY. I feel this needs stating."

Trump also touted his plans for the economy if he wins a second term. "We're gonna have MAGAnomics. We're going to make it the most [garbled]... we will be again the most successful country in the world!" @Acyn quoted Trump's slurred word, suggesting the ex-president claimed he will make the U.S. "succential."



https://www.rawstory.com/trump-mocked-succential-confused-cases/
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