(Politico) President Barack Obama's stammering during a speech in which he denounced Donald Trump suggests that the presumptive Republican nominee is "in his head," Rush Limbaugh said Thursday, mocking Obama for his frequent pauses while speculating that many opposed to Trump are motivated at least partially out of jealousy.
"He is livid that Trump is so creative on Twitter. He's jealous as hell of it, and he's angry that people respond positively to it," the conservative radio host told listeners, according to a transcript. "I told you yesterday. I told you yesterday, there's all kinds of jealously [sic]. One of the reasons that Trump has got some opposition, is there are people jealous. There are all kinds of people in politics, in the media — you name it elsewhere — corporate America, jealous. They would love to be Trump. They would love to experience what Trump [has] experienced. They would love to be the focal point and the recipient of all of this positive energy, massive crowds."