Keith Olbermann followed up his list of 176 reasons why Donald Trump cannot and should not be elected president with a list of 74 more disqualifying statements and actions the Republican nominee has committed in just the past month.
“Sometimes the Trump comes down so heavy I feel like I should wear a hat,” Olbermann said, paraphrasing William Hurt in “Body Heat.”
He began with Trump’s attacks on Hillary Clinton for contracting pneumonia and then suggesting his Democratic rival was hiding other illnesses from voters.
Trump then told voters that Clinton would eliminate the Second Amendment, suggested that her bodyguards be disarmed to “see what happens to her” and repeated that barely veiled threat on Twitter in case anyone had missed the previous one.
The real estate developer and former reality TV star attacked Clinton at a nonpartisan event in Flint, Michigan, and criticized the beleaguered city’s crime rate.
Trump blasted the United States as a “third-world country” and claimed some of its inner cities were more dangerous than Afghanistan, and he also gave an interview on the Russian state-funded RT outlet.
Reports have revealed that Trump used donations to his charitable foundation to pay legal fees and buy himself gifts, and possibly to bribe the Florida attorney general to drop a fraud investigation of his eponymous university.
In recent weeks, Trump blamed the “birther” conspiracy theory he rode to national political prominence on Hillary Clinton and then said he only addressed the issue he pushed for years so he could “get on with the campaign.”
He also retweeted an article on “alt-right” propaganda outfit Breitbart that described his “birther” news conference, which he used to promote his new hotel in Washington, D.C., as “the greatest trick he’s ever pulled.”
“If that last one doesn’t sum up this campaign, what could?” Olbermann said.
Watch Olbermann’s list of Trump’s misdeeds from last month posted online by GQ: