TRUMP – LONG ON WORDS -- SHORT ON POLICIES Oh no you didn’t Donald Trump. What a red-hot spaghetti mess. Many are audibly groaning, tired of mindless, empty and hateful political rhetoric, not only in this country but also around the world. Now Trumpfatigue has set in, numb to his boorish, clownish and clumsy comments. What’s more, voters don’t know whether to be alarmed or disgusted or both. As the Republican presidential candidate, he’s offended so many groups that the chances of his winning the White House are as slim as his model wife. This reckless march to the gallows will most likely drag along many down-ballot candidates causing an avalanche of Republican losses in federal and state elections throughout the country. According to polling, Trump is doing terrible with women voters who are overwhelmingly supporting Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Women represent a little more than half of the electorate and voting in larger and larger numbers. In 2020, they’ll celebrate 100 years of suffrage and this momentous occasion has not been lost to them. With the growing realization that the country could well have its first woman president during the centennial, the upcoming election promises to be even more earth shattering. Trump angered Latino Americans from the very start June 16 last year when he announced his candidacy at his Trump Tower in New York City. … The U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else’s problems. … When Mexico sends its people. They’re not sending their best. … They’re sending people who have lots of problems and they’re bringing those problems Copyright © 2016 - All rights reserved.
Volume 3.7 September 22, 2016
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