Donald Trump Incoherently Rambled About His Electoral College Win

Type: IncoherentSep 06 2018 Severity:

President Trump showed up at a Montana rally to support Senate candidate Matt Rosendale. Later in the speech, President Trump launched into a nonsensical rant about his electoral college win. Most of what he said didn't make any sense because he gave no context. He capped it off by saying it was "harder to win the popular vote," which was the only part of this sentence that made any sense.

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Quote | He said "maybe we're starting to find things out we didn't know," which didn't make sense.

"It's, frankly, if we didn't know better, and maybe we're starting to find things out that we didn't know, it's hard and harder to win than popular vote," Trump said at a Montana rally, referring to his electoral college win.