On August 15, 2017, in the wake of - and I can't even believe I'm saying this - a fatal Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, Donald Trump convened a press conference ostensibly to talk to reporters about infrastructure.
Suffice to say infrastructure ended up getting short shrift.
The President, at wit's end with questions about his handling of the Charlottesville incident, had a meltdown on national television. Pressed by reporters to definitively denounce white nationalists, Trump proceeded to harangue the room with a series of bizarre rants about everything from statues to American history.
At one point during that exceedingly unfortunate episode, Trump demanded that reporters admit to being fans of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, only to remind everyone that both men owned slaves. Let's take a trip down memory lane, shall we?
Fast forward 13 months and Donald Trump again invoked George Washington, this time during a wild press conference that found the President attempting (unsuccessfully) to blame everyone but Brett Kavanaugh for the alleged misdeeds of Brett Kavanaugh.
Let's listen in as the current President of the United Sta
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