President Donald Trump went off script and off the rails Tuesday night at a rally in Phoenix, Arizona, ranting about how he was the ultimate victim in the wake of the recent riots in Charlottesville, Virginia.
He attacked a number of "enemies," including the "dishonest" media for "fomenting divisions" and "trying to take away our history and our heritage." He praised CNN personality Jeffrey Lord, who was fired for tweeting a pro-Nazi salute. He restated his entire response to the violence between white supremacists and counter-protesters that left one woman dead in Charlottesville just two weeks ago. Conveniently, though, he left out the part where he posed blame on "both sides."
But that wasn't all. During his 77-minute rant, Trump touched on all sorts of subjects, including Obamacare, North Korea and its leader Kim Jong-un, trade deals, Arizona's Republican senators and illegal immigrants.