- Last month, the President of the United States looked at Apple executive Tim Cook, one of the most important business leaders in the world, and called him Tim Apple.
- A few days earlier at a conservative conference where he literally hugged a flag, Trump ditched his script and rambled for two mostly incoherent hours. He mixed mockery, profanity and grandiosity in a style more suited to a barstool than a podium decorated with the presidential seal.
- In an Oval Office encounter with reporters this week, he repeatedly used the word 'oranges' instead of 'origins' to demand an investigation into the beginnings of the independent counsel's probe of Russian influence in the 2016 election.
- Bizarrely, he told a GOP fundraiser audience that 'they say' the sound created by energy-producing windmills 'causes cancer.'
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