Donald Trump is in Cincinnati, Ohio hyping up his tax bill at a factory—a speech that was ironically interrupted on TV with the news that the stock market totally tanked today.cnnEven Fox News had to cut away from Trump to report this breaking news.But fortunately/unfortunately for us, the cameras didn't switch off before the president could say some strange, unhinged things, so without further ado, here are the most bonkers moments.1. Trump called Democrats "treasonous" for not clapping during his State of the Union address.President Trump mocked some Democrats for their reactions to his State of the Union speech, calling their responses "treasonous" and "un-American" https://t.co/7WVoKZhXFd pic.twitter.com/n2tofYzQC2— CNN (@CNN) February 5, 2018 And you thought Jeb Bush's need for applause was sad!!giphyHere's the whole bit, courtesy of Time. See if you can make sense of it: “Did anybody happen to see the State of the Union address? So I got good marks. I said you have the lowest black unemployment in the history of our country. It was like … It was a game, you know it’s a game. They play games. They were told don’t even make a facial movement. And I’m talking about, you have the lowest Hispanic unemployment in the history of our country. This isn’t me, this is the charts, the polls. We have the lowest in the history of our country. Dead silence. Not a smile. In fact there was one guy when I said the lowest African-American unemployment, he was sort of clapping, like … Who was that guy? He was a nice guy. I think he was a reverend. I wouldn’t say it was exactly a rousing. but he was putting his hands together. I want to find out who he is. I’m going to send him a letter of thank you and he was probably severely reprimanded — don’t you think Rob, I think so — because he was the only one. So that means they would rather see Trump do badly, OK, then our country do well? That’s what it means. It’s very selfish. It got to a point where I really didn’t even want to look too much during the speech over to that side, because honestly it was bad energy. You know, it was bad energy. You’re up there, you’ve got half the room going totally crazy wild, they loved everything, they want to do something great for our country, and you have the other side even on positive news, really positive news like that, they were like death and un-American. Un-American. Somebody said treasonous. I mean, yeah, I guess, why not. Can we call that treason? Why not? I mean they certainly din’t seem to love our country very much.” Seriously, this is a scary thing. The president is basically saying that if you don't applaud him you're betraying the country—ignoring the fact that many people don't applaud him because they think he's the one betraying the country.You know what they say: People under investigation for colluding with Russia to win a presidential election should not throw stones.2. He boasted about the release of the controversial Nunes memo that...*checks notes*...confirmed that the Russia investigation was not launched by the Pee Tape Dossier.President Trump: We Caught 'Em!"Did we catch them in the act or what? You know what I'm talking about. Oh did we catch them in the act! They are very embarrassed. They never thought they were going to be caught. We caught 'em... It's so much fun. We're like the great sleuth." pic.twitter.com/KhF1uvXZMr— TrumpSoldier (@DaveNYviii) February 5, 2018 "Super Sleuth Trump" somehow seems to think that the memo he defied the FBI and Justice Department to release somehow vindicates him in the Russia probe because of institutional bias.The memo itself, however, undermined its own claim, admitting that the probe was launched when campaign advisor (and indicted criminal) George Papadopolous bragged about Russian connections to an Australian diplomat. April/May 2016: Papadopolous & AU Amb June 2016: Jr., Jared, & Manafort meet w/ Russian agents in TrumpTower July 2016: AU Diplomat contacts US Diplomats and tells them about Papadopolous July 2016: As noted in the memo (see except below) the info on Papadopolous was the trigger pic.twitter.com/ZPUNpOQ6RE — ProfessingProf (@Professing_Prof) February 3, 2018 This is exhausting. It's okay to be exhausted.3. He had a total Brick Tamland moment.Trump after factory tour in Ohio: "I love equipment."— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) February 5, 2018 giphy4. Trump bragged about being "non-braggadocious," which is not a word.“I am non-braggadocious,” @POTUS says on his effort to bring jobs back to the U.S. “Wait until you see what's happening...with what we are doing to countries that have treated us so unfairly. In many cases so-called 'friendly' countries -- I don't call them friendly." pic.twitter.com/qnTEmG71Aj— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 5, 2018 Super callous nasty POTUS is non-braggadocious, even though the sound of it is something quite atrocious.5. He waxed poetic about the midterm elections, sounding out a "strategy" in real time.“Nancy Pelosi -- what she's doing to this country. And she has gone so far left and Schumer has gone so far left. Oh, I look forward to running against them. We have to do well in 2018. I know we will do great in 2020. I think we will do well in 2018,” https://t.co/bPu5Qu6vBa pic.twitter.com/zumAXm8C0c— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 5, 2018 "What were we talking about again? Oh yeah, the economy."6. He did that thing where he obsesses about the 2016 election, even though it is the oldest of news.“About two days after [Clinton] said [deplorables], I go to a rally and everyone is wearing shirts: ‘I am a deplorable,’ ‘We are all deplorables’...It was not a good day for her. And I think this is not a good day for Nancy Pelosi. She is our secret weapon,” @POTUS says pic.twitter.com/v0tkTZylTH— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 5, 2018 We get it, Donald. You peaked in electoral college.7. Trump mischaracterized his tax bill as free money, which ironically sounds pretty socialist.Trump tells factory workers in Ohio that, thanks to the tax law, "you're getting thousands and thousands of dollars, and you're getting it every year." (That's not really how the tax law works.) (via CBS) pic.twitter.com/6vKjGjRM62— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 5, 2018 Universal Basic Income is Trump's next step.