Soon after Attorney General Lynch recommended no charges against Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump began a point-by-point take down of the inconsistencies in the former secretary of state's statements about her server versus what was found by the FBI, NBC News reported.
But he soon began to devolve into a loop-the-loop of tangents, grievances and alternative headlines, including his recently deleted Star of David tweet.
Trump lamented that it was taken down by his campaign staff.
"You shouldn't have taken it down," Trump said. "They took the star down. I said too bad, you should have left it up. I would have rather defended it. Just leave it up. And say no, that's just a star."
Trump later tweeted out a photo of a "Frozen" sticker book with a similar symbol, this time in fuchsia. "Where is the outrage for this Disney book?" he asked the "dishonest media" and his nine million followers. "Is this the 'Star of David' also?"