Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Paul Manafort, appeared on Fox News Wednesday morning and promised that the GOP nominee would be on message during his Florida speech, which was scheduled for later in the day.  But it appears as if Trump didn’t get the memo because he spent a portion of his time in Daytona discussing all the controversies that took place during the primary season.  Thus, leaving the media and critics with more sound bites to play.

Megyn Kelly highlighted Trump’s appearance in Florida by playing a montage of comments made by Trump.  One of his claims is that he is very good to disabled people because he places ramps in this hotels.  In response to Trump’s comment, Kelly said to her guest — an attorney who supports Trump — “that isn’t special treatment, it’s the law to have those ramps in place.”  The attorney replied, “Yes, but his are very expensive ramps.”  At that point Kelly put her head in her hands and said, “Good God.”