Trump, an idiot in power whose fanbase is comprised of powerless idiots, has followed his widely trashed comments about Jewish Democrats with a few weirdly phrased and painstakingly ill-arranged tweets showing his co-signing of comments from a conservative conspiracy theorist. 

Early Wednesday, Trump thanked the conspiracy theorist and general dolt in question—Wayne Allyn Root—for sharing some "very nice words" about him. Among the quotes praised by Trump are Root's profoundly stupid assessment of the former Apprentice host as "the greatest President for Jews and for Israel in the history of the world." 

Furthermore, Root apparently vomited up a Trump-approved "second coming of God" comparison, which—given the context—quite notably makes zero sense.

Root, not unlike Trump, is perhaps most known for helping spread fabrications about where Barack Obama was born and who killed activist Heather Heyer. Back in September of last year, Trump had Root serve as his opening act of sorts at a Las Vegas rally. 

As for Trump's earlier comments about "disloyalty," Halie Soifer—executive director of the Jewish Democratic Council of America—told CNN the latest bowel movement of dumbassery from the White House was "yet another example of Donald Trump continuing to weaponize and politicize anti-Semitism."