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‘Unshackled’ Trump goes completely batsh*t — here are the 4 most insane moments from today’s rally

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Donald Trump on Tuesday boasted of being “unshackled” by whatever restraint had previously kept him in check.

On Wednesday, he gave us a taste of what that would look like during a batsh*t crazy speech in Florida in which he doubled down on attacking his own party’s Speaker of the House, again whined about the microphone at his first debate, and reiterated his claim that Obama literally founded ISIS.

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Below, we’ll recap the four craziest moments from Trump’s deranged rally address.

1.) Trump said there was something fishy about the fact that Ryan didn’t call him to congratulate him on his debate performance on Sunday night.

“There’s a whole deal going on and we’re going to figure this out,” Trump said of Ryan. “There’s a whole sinister deal going on.”

2.) Trump attacks the Commission for Presidential Debates, which he said had treated him unfairly.

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“I have no respect for that group by the way, I’m done,” he said while railing against them.

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3.) Trump quintuples down on his assertion that Obama is the “founder” of ISIS.

Trump has shifted back and forth about whether he’s really serious in his assertion that President Obama “founded” the Islamic State terrorist group. On Wednesday, he once again let the world know that he wasn’t really kidding.

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Trump also said President Obama uses the acronym “ISIL” instead of “ISIS” because he likes “disturbing” Americans.

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4.) Trump continued to whine about the quality of the microphone he had at the first presidential debate.

“I couldn’t talk because my mic didn’t work,” said Trump, despite the fact that the TV audience could hear him just fine.


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