The Democratic front-runner has faced criticism for gaffes, misstatements and tone-deaf comments on the campaign trail.
The 21-minute lowlights reel features some of Trump's wildest gaffes.
From Tim Apple to "oranges."
Giuliani is "the one person that the president ... is not mad at," according to a CNN reporter who says the lawyer still has Trump's support.
Palin's jabs "look like the FWD:RE:FWD:WATCH THIS grandpa emails from the ’08 election they lost," the representative-elect joked.
French President Emmanuel Macron complimented the Australian Prime Minister's wife Lucy Turnbull by calling her “delicious.” While the gaffe was the result of mistranslation, many believed it was a cheeky reference to a previous remark made by President Trump about Macron’s own wife, Brigitte.
It was a response fit for a soon-to-be royal.
These unfortunate slips are as incomprehensible as they are politically damaging. None of the politicians who commit them are exactly stupid or ill informed. This begs the question, what went wrong?
The play on words would actually have worked well -- if Soryan were actually from Iraq. But he's from Iran, and Baghdad is