Some of Rachel's examples:
- He ended his first debate with a pre-written closing statement quoting "a famous poet" which turned out to be a lyric from a Pokemon song;
- His bizarre 9-9-9 plan was allegedly written by a "secret" economist, but was really written by a local bank employee at a Wells Fargo branch on Chagrin Boulevard in Pepper Pike, OH.
- This 9-9-9 plan was originally seen as a tax plan in a video game from the '90s called Sim City;
- He has yet to set up a campaign staff in any key state;
- When he was referred to as the latest Republican flavor-of-the-month, he said he's not -- but that he has "staying power just like Haagen Daas Black Walnut Ice Cream." That flavor has no staying power -- it was discontinued years ago;
- He admittedly knows nothing about basic policy. He never heard the term "Neo-con," admitted he had no clue what the Palestinian "right of return" meant; and joked that he had no idea who the leader of "Ubeki-beki-beki-stani-stan" is;
- The bizarre commercials with his campaign chief smoking at the end;
- Claims China is "attempting to develop nuclear weapons," when, in fact, they've had nuclear weapons since 1964;
- Proclaims he's proud to be connected to the billionaire Koch brothers, and says he's their "brother from another mother," which is a line stolen from the Ben Stiller movie, Meet the Fockers.
Watch Rachel's clip and decide for yourself: