Donald Trump has said many cringe-worthy things during the past several months of his Presidential campaign.
But the Republican front-runner just lowered the bar to a nearly incomprehensible level... even for Donald Trump.
During a rally in the beautiful city of Buffalo on Monday night, one day before the key New York Primary, Trump was addressing rival Ted Cruz's previous insult that The Donald has "New York values."
"I wrote this out, and it's very close to my heart," Trump tells the crowd in the following clip, adding:
"Because I was down there and I watched our police and our firemen down at 7/11, down at the World Trade Center right after it came down. And I saw the greatest people I've ever seen in action."
Yes, he said 7/11. No, he did not correct himself.
People misspeak all the time, of course.
However, can you ever recall a politician mixing up the most tragic date in American history... with the name of a convenience store chain?
According to various reports, Trump also effed up the outset of his speech.
While thanking Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan for introducing him (Editor's Note: Come on, Rex!), he mistakenly congratulated the former Jets coach on winning championships in New York.
Ryan has won nothing of substance as a head coach.
Level-headed people around the country are hoping Trump will possess a similar type of resume after this election is over.