President Donald Trump was in Newport News, Virginia, Friday evening for one of his superspreader campaign rallies, and he once again began comparing himself to President Abraham Lincoln. But what he said made even less sense than the often cryptic Trump normally does.

Praising himself as having done more for minorities in the United States than any president in history (which is patently untrue), Trump noted that he had recently traveled to Florida for something dubbed “Latinos for Trump.” And then he went completely off the rails:

“We call them the ‘Latinos for Trump,’ where we are polling at numbers that I guess no Republican has ever polled at before, perhaps, Abraham Lincoln. But in those days, he wasn’t big into the Hispanic movement, I think. He had other things to think about.”

Huh?! What in the world does that even mean?

Is that supposed to be a reference to the Mexican-American War? If so, Lincoln wasn’t president at the time. That war took place from 1846 to 1848. Lincoln was in office from 1861 to 1865. Also, does anyone really believe that Trump even knows there was a war between the U.S. and Mexico?

Cue the social media mockery:

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