Although Donald Trump often makes fun of it Joe Biden Because of his advanced age, Trump himself apparently forgot where he was during a speech in Sioux City, Iowa, on Sunday when he greeted the crowd with the words: “Hello to a place where we’ve done very well, Sioux.” If.” Thank you.”
Sioux Falls is more than 80 miles north in neighboring South Dakota.
Iowa Republican State Senator Bradley Zaun appeared on stage a few minutes later and after claiming that Trump was “the best president of my life,” he whispered the right place, Sioux City, in Trump’s ear.
The former president is seen nodding and saying “Oh” before returning to the microphone and beginning his speech with “So, Sioux City, let me ask you, how many people come from Sioux City, how many people?” How many? Who isn’t from Sioux City? Where the hell are you from?”
Trump gets the name of the city he’s in wrong, forcing someone on stage to seemingly whisper in his ear where he actually is: “You’re in Sioux City, Mr. President.” pic.twitter.com/c0dEQbAElg
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Trump was in Iowa on Sunday for his eighth campaign rally in just over a month. The performance at the Orpheum Theater follows performances in central and eastern Iowa, where thousands of fans flocked.
“I go around saying, of course we’re going to win Iowa. “My people said you couldn’t accept that,” Trump said.
“There is no way Iowa is going to vote against Trump.”
The former president also stepped up his criticism of his Republican presidential nominee. Nikki Haley. Trump called Haley “birdbrain” and described her as “a grossly overrated person.”
The comments came just a day after Haley spoke out against Trump during a speech at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual convention in Las Vegas, warning voters of the “chaos, vendettas and drama” that follows the former president.
On conflict, Trump claimed, “The way I talk is how I stop wars,” adding, “We’ve stopped wars,” while mocking criticism from former opponent Hillary Clinton.
Before the speech, Trump was joined on stage by Ben Carson, who served in Trump’s Cabinet as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
“I want to express my fullest and strongest support to Donald J. Trump,” Carson said to loud applause.