Donald Trump’s bizarre marketing campaign rally tangent about magnets attracted mockery on social media.

The Republican 2024 front-runner on Friday complained to a crowd of supporters in Mason Metropolis, Iowa, about electrical catapults and magnetic elevator techniques for U.S. plane carriers.

The four-times-indicted former president polarized with this line: “All I learn about magnets is that this, give me a glass of water, let me drop it on the magnets, that’s the top of the magnets.”

On X (née Twitter), a video that was shared of Trump’s remark was fact-checked with a group be aware.

“Magnets work underwater and usually are not affected by water. Magnetic fields usually are not the identical as electrical circuits,” learn the reader-contributed context.

MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell referred to as Trump’s remark “relentlessly stupid.”

Different critics agreed:


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