US President Donald Trump has delivered a mostly improvised speech to a large crowd that gathered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and he said a lot of strange and outrageous things over the course of that speech. He started off by crying out, “Hello, Pittsburgh!” in the vein of Spinal Tap’s “Hello, Cleveland!” and it only got weirder from there. He said that “a lot of steel mills are now opening up because of what I did,” although he only signed the steel tariff order on Thursday – the world doesn’t work that quickly.

Trump condemns ‘a lot of evil’ in Washington

Trump took the opportunity to denounce the “evil” that he claims to see in Washington. What is he saying? Are these just the people who don’t agree with him, or does he mean all of his peers and colleagues in general? What is he talking about? He also called “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd “a sleeping son of a b*tch,” which is not very Presidential language at all. The President is also excited about the supposed comeback of coal: “Your coal is coming back big, big, big,” he tells coal workers.

Trump once again referred to Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren as “Pocahontas,” which is not only racist, but also makes light of the sexual violence against Native American women, so it’s a double whammy of wrong.

He also announced his campaign slogan for the 2020 election, because he won’t be using “Make America Great Again,” because he actually genuinely believes he’s done that – he’ll be using “Keep America Great!” Okay, Donald.