Jimmy Kimmel drives himself to madness trying to diagram a Trump word-salad sentence
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is seemingly so rattled by his week of failure in the press that he seems to be off the TelePrompters again and rambling along with his word salad.


"Jimmy Kimmel Live" was so confused by Trump's Pennsylvania speech on Saturday night that they wrote it out on a chalkboard attempting to understand it.

"People are negotiating and owners of companies are negotiating to move your companies out to Mexico and other places," Trump began. "You watch. And it's getting worse, it's not getting better, it's getting worse. And you're unsuspecting right now. You say to your wife: 'Let's go to a movie after Trump.' But you won't do that because you'll be so high and so excited that no movie is going to satisfy you. Okay? No movie. You know why? Honestly? Because they don't make movies like they used to—is that right?"

Confused, Kimmel asked his audience if "Bridget Jones's Baby" was better than "Bridget Jones's Diary." But "no, I don't think it was," he concluded. "Donald Trump might have a point, they don't make movies like they use to. And I'll tell you something, Mexico is going to pay for it!"

At the same time, Trump has been stumbling around trying to find an excuse for not paying taxes for nearly 20 years. Ironically, he's claiming that because he broke the system only he can fix it.

To be fair, no one really does have a record like Trump.

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