Trump’s new two-word self-description embarrasses critics


Donald Trump, who once claimed to be a “very stable genius,” has come up with a new phrase to describe himself – and his critics can’t get over it.

In a speech Tuesday in New Hampshire, the former president said he was a “legitimate person.”

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes laughed as he tried to summarize Trump’s 12-point attempt to refute those allegations.

“Save it for the judge, mate!” Hayes said:

But it was Trump’s comments at the end of the clip that caused a stir around the internet.

“I don’t do things wrong, I do things right,” he said. “I’m a legitimate person.”

His critics had their say on Twitter:

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