Trump At Ego-Rally: ‘I Can Be More Presidential Than Any President That’s Ever Held This Office’ (VIDEO)

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After being on the job for six months, Donald Trump is still holding rallies. Tuesday night, the former reality show star held his eleventy hundredth ego-rally since taking office, this time in Youngstown, Ohio, where he made some off-the-wall remarks.

He addressed critics who say he doesn’t act presidential (he doesn’t).

“Political correctness, for me, is easy,” he told the crowd. “Sometimes they say ‘he doesn’t act presidential.’ And I say, look, great schools, smart guy, it is so easy to act presidential. But that’s not going to get it done. In fact, I said — it is much easier, by the way, to act presidential than what we are doing here tonight, believe me.”

Here it comes.

“And I said,” Trump continued, “with the exception of the late great Abraham Lincoln, I can be more presidential than any president that has ever held this office, that I can tell you.”

He added that being presidential is “really easy,” but “we have to move a little faster than that.”

Watch:

Later on, Trump recalled (ahem) about being asked whether he should be on Mount Rushmore, but he went on to say that even if he joked about it, the “fake news” media would take him seriously and report it.

Trump then bashed the media, because that’s what he does.

Then he claimed he was draining the swamp, a pit which he has filled to the brim with terrifying creatures, some of which are under scrutiny for alleged ties to Russia.

“I watch the media as they say ‘well, he just had some fun during the campaign on the wall.’ That wasn’t fun folks,” Trump said before telling the crowd that his vanity-wall would be built.

Meanwhile, shooting targets with Hillary Clinton’s image on it were being sold outside.

Acting ‘presidential’ doesn’t happen by flicking on a switch at will. You either are presidential and you’re not. Trump is not.

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