Donald Trump just said a word, and that word was ‘titties’

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Yuge.

During a speech outlining his economic policy, 2016 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said the word “titties.”

Taken in context, he almost certainly meant to say the word “cities,” but he did not do that. Instead, he said the word “titties.”

During his speech at the Detroit Economic Club, Trump also called for a moratorium on all new financial regulations, slashing environmental rules, and a large infrastructure spending plan that didn’t seem all that dissimilar from proposals typically made by Democrats. But also he said “titties.”

Let’s go back to the tape.

What do people think about this thing being a thing that happened?

Everyone loved it. It’s the most universally praised move of the former reality TV star’s controversial presidential bid—even more so than when he bragged about the size of his penis during a nationally televised debate, which (lest we forget) was also a thing that happened.

Another thing that happened on the very same day: In a statement, 50 Republican officials—running the gamut from former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff to former CIA and NSA Director Michael Hayden—slammed the prospect of a Trump presidency as something that would “put at risk our country’s national security and well-being.”

Did that statement contain even a single instance of the word “titties”? No, sadly, it tit not. 

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