Trump touts his rabid supporters as the real ‘elite’ during bonkers rally rant


President Donald Trump laughably claimed on Thursday night that his base of supporters are superior to other Americans during a rally in Michigan, referring to himself and them as the true “elite.”

Trump repeatedly attacked Democrats and the Russia investigation during his remarks even though the Mueller report does not exonerate him. He called for reprisals against those who supported the two-year probe and demonized them.

“The single greatest political hoax in the history of our country and guess what?” Trump said. “We won. It’s a beautiful thing. It’s a beautiful thing. We love to win.”

And what Trump rally would be complete without the obligatory bragging about himself, which he then did by arguing that he is the real “elite.”

“I have a better education than them,” Trump ranted. “I am smarter than them. I went to the best schools, they didn’t. Much more beautiful house. Much more beautiful apartment. Much more beautiful everything. And I am the president and they are not. And then they say, ‘the elite, the elite.’ They are not elite. You are elite. We are the elite.”

Trump then lavished praise on his supporters.

“You are smarter. You are sharper and more loyal, and a hell of a lot tougher,” he said.

Here’s the video via YouTube. Trump’s remarks about the “elite” are at the 50 minute mark.

Trump is delusional and George Conway is totally correct to question his mental health. After all, Trump claims he is “smarter” and “went to the best schools” but has threatened to sue if any of his former educational institutions release his grades.

If he’s so smart then he shouldn’t have a problem releasing his school records immediately to prove it.

And his whole “I’m president and they are not” shtick is so childish it belongs on a pre-school playground.

Trump’s ego is so big there’s not a lake in Michigan deep enough to hold it. He couldn’t even win his home state of New York in 2016 because they know he’s a piece of trash who won the family lottery to gain his fortune. He’s not elite, he’s a wannabe pretender who has never worked a real job or done a damn thing in his entire life to help anyone but himself. And when he is gone, no one will remember his name because it will be synonymous with the worst of humanity and America’s shame.

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