Do we really want another delusional narcissist in the White House? This cat’s out of his mind.
Donald Trump again on Tuesday rejected support from white supremacists and went a step further, saying that no one has done as “much for equality as I have.”
The GOP frontrunner has been thrown off message since Sunday when he failed to disavow backing from former KKK grand wizard David Duke.
Trump has since said he wants nothing to do with Duke and other white nationalists.
“I disavow him every time I speak to someone virtually,” Trump told “Good Morning America” on Tuesday. “It was totally disavowed.”
Trump’s campaign has been highlighted by harsh words about immigrants, pledging to build a wall along the US-Mexican border and calling for a halt to immigration of any Muslims. He’s also drawn fire from women by insulting Fox News Channel personality Megyn Kelly and one-time GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina.
Still, on “GMA” Tuesday, said: “There’s nobody that’s done so much for equality as I have.”
Completely off the rails.
“The party is going to get bigger,” Trump said. “The Republican Party is growing larger. And if it didn’t it has no chance – it’ll be like Mitt Romney four years ago. It has no chance of winning. We are getting people into the party that it never had before.”
Polls show him losing to both Democrats, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, in hypothetical November matchups.