Trump just trashed a major American company in wild ending to day of craziness

This Wednesday has been a particularly wild one for President Trump, even by his shamefully low standards.

In one day, he promoted himself as the “King of Jews,” announced that he was the “chosen one,threatened to end birthright citizenship, issued new rules allowing migrant families to be detained indefinitely, feuded with Denmark, threatened to deport ISIS prisoners to Germany, and told a crowd of veterans that he wanted to give himself the Medal of Honor.

He capped off his day by praising “legendary” Henry Ford and attacking his company for their modern-day cooperation with California regulators in a Twitter attack we can only assume was inspired by a FOX Business segment.

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Many commentators, of course, were quick to point out that it was a little too on the nose for the president to start the day by calling himself the “King of Israel” after declaring all Democratic Jews “disloyal” and to end it by praising notorious anti-Semite Henry Ford, who was mentioned in Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf and a source of inspiration for the Nazi leader.

Trump is very fond of attacking the state of California, having famously blamed the state for its own wildfires last year and attempted to withhold federal disaster relief money from it.

It wouldn’t be a real Trump day without it ending it with him attacking a major American company based on something he TiVo’d from earlier in the day.

November 2020 cannot come fast enough.

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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