Delaney 2020 campaign sells 'memory erasers' to forget 'incoherent ramblings' of Trump

Delaney 2020 campaign sells 'memory erasers' to forget 'incoherent ramblings' of Trump
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Former Rep. John DelaneyJohn Kevin DelaneyNevada caucuses open with a few hiccups Lobbying world The Hill's Campaign Report: Four-way sprint to Iowa finish line MORE's (D-Md.) 2020 presidential campaign website is selling "memory" erasers to forget the "incoherent ramblings" of President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump suggests Sotomayor, Ginsburg should have to recuse themselves on 'Trump related' cases Sanders says idea he can't work with Republicans is 'total nonsense' Sanders releases list of how to pay for his proposals MORE.

"They may look like typical pink erasers, but these are no ordinary school supplies," his website says. "Simply place one eraser beneath your pillow before falling asleep and by morning you’ll have forgotten all of the pain, invective, division, and incoherent ramblings of our 45th president. You’ll wake refreshed and ready to set about rebuilding America."

The erasers are being sold for $1 each.

Delaney's website also says they can be used to remove "troubling memories" of current and former administration officials including Vice President Pence, senior White House adviser Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpTrumps tour Taj Mahal to cap off first day in India Manufacturers group kicks off campaign to close the industry's skills gap Fed chief issues stark warning to Congress on deficits MORE and former chief strategist Stephen Bannon.

Delaney, who announced his White House bid more than a year ago, has frequently criticized Trump. At a CNN town hall on Sunday, Delaney said Trump has a "fundamental lack of a moral compass."

“For the American people, what he’s done to degrade the standards in our society — the fearmongering, his notion that your enemy is your fellow American — I think that is so corrosive and so damaging," Delaney said. "I think he’s a deeply divisive president who fearmongers, and his approach is not who we are as an American people. It’s not who we are.”