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Sam7411
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8/20/2016 7:27:41 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
Trump's campaign on damage control?

"On Tuesday, Mr. Trump named a new campaign chief executive, Breitbart News Chairman Stephen Bannon, and a new campaign manager, Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway, in an attempt to build a new structure to help him run in a more disciplined way, but one still consistent with the New York businessman"s outsider status.

Along the way, Mr. Trump also is testing out a new campaign style, one in which he would remain combative, but in a more controlled way, according to people familiar with the discussions. On Thursday night, he expressed "regret" for sometimes "saying the wrong thing," and for the first time began using teleprompters for remarks at his rallies."


Question: Will these actions improve Trump recent campaign performance?
Remember: Clinton currently leads Trump by an average of 47 vs. 41 percent in the major polls.

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8/20/2016 11:56:46 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/20/2016 7:27:41 PM, Sam7411 wrote:
Trump's campaign on damage control?

"On Tuesday, Mr. Trump named a new campaign chief executive, Breitbart News Chairman Stephen Bannon, and a new campaign manager, Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway, in an attempt to build a new structure to help him run in a more disciplined way, but one still consistent with the New York businessman"s outsider status.

Along the way, Mr. Trump also is testing out a new campaign style, one in which he would remain combative, but in a more controlled way, according to people familiar with the discussions. On Thursday night, he expressed "regret" for sometimes "saying the wrong thing," and for the first time began using teleprompters for remarks at his rallies."


Question: Will these actions improve Trump recent campaign performance?
Remember: Clinton currently leads Trump by an average of 47 vs. 41 percent in the major polls.


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No. His campaign is on a death watch. He has no national infrastructure, and we are heading into September. It is going to take a... I have no idea what, but crazy happening to change the direction we are on.
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8/21/2016 12:04:03 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/20/2016 7:27:41 PM, Sam7411 wrote:
Trump's campaign on damage control?

"On Tuesday, Mr. Trump named a new campaign chief executive, Breitbart News Chairman Stephen Bannon, and a new campaign manager, Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway, in an attempt to build a new structure to help him run in a more disciplined way, but one still consistent with the New York businessman"s outsider status.

Along the way, Mr. Trump also is testing out a new campaign style, one in which he would remain combative, but in a more controlled way, according to people familiar with the discussions. On Thursday night, he expressed "regret" for sometimes "saying the wrong thing," and for the first time began using teleprompters for remarks at his rallies."


Question: Will these actions improve Trump recent campaign performance?
Remember: Clinton currently leads Trump by an average of 47 vs. 41 percent in the major polls.


http://www.dailywire.com...
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http://www.foxnews.com...
http://www.nytimes.com...

Donald trump has no money in advertising and hes been making terrible comments about gold star families and hes still spitting distance from Hillary. This shows how bad Hillary is
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8/21/2016 12:21:21 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/21/2016 12:04:03 AM, Capital wrote:
At 8/20/2016 7:27:41 PM, Sam7411 wrote:
Trump's campaign on damage control?

"On Tuesday, Mr. Trump named a new campaign chief executive, Breitbart News Chairman Stephen Bannon, and a new campaign manager, Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway, in an attempt to build a new structure to help him run in a more disciplined way, but one still consistent with the New York businessman"s outsider status.

Along the way, Mr. Trump also is testing out a new campaign style, one in which he would remain combative, but in a more controlled way, according to people familiar with the discussions. On Thursday night, he expressed "regret" for sometimes "saying the wrong thing," and for the first time began using teleprompters for remarks at his rallies."


Question: Will these actions improve Trump recent campaign performance?
Remember: Clinton currently leads Trump by an average of 47 vs. 41 percent in the major polls.


http://www.dailywire.com...
http://www.wsj.com...
http://www.foxnews.com...
http://www.nytimes.com...

Donald trump has no money in advertising and hes been making terrible comments about gold star families and hes still spitting distance from Hillary. This shows how bad Hillary is

Well, it sure shows how bad Trump is, now doesn't it.

Let me put it this way. Lets say you are building a company from the ground up. You only have 3 months to do it. Trump, the "master of business" has basically spent his time arguing with the customers, and jerking off. Clinton has open franchises all over the country. Who exactly is the master of business?
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8/21/2016 12:21:47 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/21/2016 12:04:03 AM, Capital wrote:
At 8/20/2016 7:27:41 PM, Sam7411 wrote:
Trump's campaign on damage control?

"On Tuesday, Mr. Trump named a new campaign chief executive, Breitbart News Chairman Stephen Bannon, and a new campaign manager, Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway, in an attempt to build a new structure to help him run in a more disciplined way, but one still consistent with the New York businessman"s outsider status.

Along the way, Mr. Trump also is testing out a new campaign style, one in which he would remain combative, but in a more controlled way, according to people familiar with the discussions. On Thursday night, he expressed "regret" for sometimes "saying the wrong thing," and for the first time began using teleprompters for remarks at his rallies."


Question: Will these actions improve Trump recent campaign performance?
Remember: Clinton currently leads Trump by an average of 47 vs. 41 percent in the major polls.


http://www.dailywire.com...
http://www.wsj.com...
http://www.foxnews.com...
http://www.nytimes.com...

Donald trump has no money in advertising and hes been making terrible comments about gold star families and hes still spitting distance from Hillary. This shows how bad Hillary is

Well, it sure shows how bad Trump is, now doesn't it.

Let me put it this way. Lets say you are building a company from the ground up. You only have 3 months to do it. Trump, the "master of business" has basically spent his time arguing with the customers, and jerk1ng off. Clinton has open franchises all over the country. Who exactly is the master of business?
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8/21/2016 12:29:08 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/21/2016 12:21:21 AM, TBR wrote:
At 8/21/2016 12:04:03 AM, Capital wrote:
At 8/20/2016 7:27:41 PM, Sam7411 wrote:
Trump's campaign on damage control?

"On Tuesday, Mr. Trump named a new campaign chief executive, Breitbart News Chairman Stephen Bannon, and a new campaign manager, Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway, in an attempt to build a new structure to help him run in a more disciplined way, but one still consistent with the New York businessman"s outsider status.

Along the way, Mr. Trump also is testing out a new campaign style, one in which he would remain combative, but in a more controlled way, according to people familiar with the discussions. On Thursday night, he expressed "regret" for sometimes "saying the wrong thing," and for the first time began using teleprompters for remarks at his rallies."


Question: Will these actions improve Trump recent campaign performance?
Remember: Clinton currently leads Trump by an average of 47 vs. 41 percent in the major polls.


http://www.dailywire.com...
http://www.wsj.com...
http://www.foxnews.com...
http://www.nytimes.com...

Donald trump has no money in advertising and hes been making terrible comments about gold star families and hes still spitting distance from Hillary. This shows how bad Hillary is

Well, it sure shows how bad Trump is, now doesn't it.

Let me put it this way. Lets say you are building a company from the ground up. You only have 3 months to do it. Trump, the "master of business" has basically spent his time arguing with the customers, and jerking off. Clinton has open franchises all over the country. Who exactly is the master of business?

I'm not denying that trump is bad with his toungue. I'm just merely saying that if he shuts up until November he will win
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xus00HAY
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8/21/2016 1:20:15 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
This year, any one of the republican candidates would have probably lost.
Trump's campaign strategy is experimental and a work in progress.
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8/21/2016 1:29:13 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
The advertising campaign has just begun. If you live in a battleground state, and the advertising works, in a few weeks you will probably think that Hillary is worse than Trump.
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8/21/2016 1:52:26 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/21/2016 12:29:08 AM, Capital wrote:
At 8/21/2016 12:21:21 AM, TBR wrote:
At 8/21/2016 12:04:03 AM, Capital wrote:
At 8/20/2016 7:27:41 PM, Sam7411 wrote:
Trump's campaign on damage control?

"On Tuesday, Mr. Trump named a new campaign chief executive, Breitbart News Chairman Stephen Bannon, and a new campaign manager, Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway, in an attempt to build a new structure to help him run in a more disciplined way, but one still consistent with the New York businessman"s outsider status.

Along the way, Mr. Trump also is testing out a new campaign style, one in which he would remain combative, but in a more controlled way, according to people familiar with the discussions. On Thursday night, he expressed "regret" for sometimes "saying the wrong thing," and for the first time began using teleprompters for remarks at his rallies."


Question: Will these actions improve Trump recent campaign performance?
Remember: Clinton currently leads Trump by an average of 47 vs. 41 percent in the major polls.


http://www.dailywire.com...
http://www.wsj.com...
http://www.foxnews.com...
http://www.nytimes.com...

Donald trump has no money in advertising and hes been making terrible comments about gold star families and hes still spitting distance from Hillary. This shows how bad Hillary is

Well, it sure shows how bad Trump is, now doesn't it.

Let me put it this way. Lets say you are building a company from the ground up. You only have 3 months to do it. Trump, the "master of business" has basically spent his time arguing with the customers, and jerking off. Clinton has open franchises all over the country. Who exactly is the master of business?

I'm not denying that trump is bad with his toungue. I'm just merely saying that if he shuts up until November he will win

He could shut his mouth forever and he still will not win. At this point, the chances are just about as slim as anyone has ever seen in presidential politics.
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8/21/2016 1:55:56 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/21/2016 1:29:13 AM, xus00HAY wrote:
The advertising campaign has just begun. If you live in a battleground state, and the advertising works, in a few weeks you will probably think that Hillary is worse than Trump.

He has blown his summer like a HS senior. I have no idea if he even has an ad agency yet, and Clinton in on-air in may states right now.

The guy has run his campaign like his businesses - into the ground.
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8/22/2016 9:28:21 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
The swing states are the only thing that matters. She couldn't win the South if Stalin was up against her, was blind, couldn't speak, and on a machine to keep him alive.
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

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8/22/2016 11:20:40 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/22/2016 9:28:21 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
The swing states are the only thing that matters. She couldn't win the South if Stalin was up against her, was blind, couldn't speak, and on a machine to keep him alive.

Have you looked at swing state polls? Hell, red states are becoming competitive.

Trump is making a mess of this cycle, and you guys keep cheering like you got something.
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8/23/2016 12:42:13 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/21/2016 1:29:13 AM, xus00HAY wrote:
The advertising campaign has just begun. If you live in a battleground state, and the advertising works, in a few weeks you will probably think that Hillary is worse than Trump.

That, and because she is actually worse than Trump.
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8/24/2016 6:23:54 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
You have to remember that in this years election we won't be voting for a candidate, We will be voting against one. We may feel that we have to wash our hands after voting, but we will decide which one is the worst and vote for her opponent.
The democrats have decided to run a billion dollar campaign this year. They feel this campaign is so important, they will accept hard currency from the devil himself. If you study the states where Hillary's poll numbers have increased the most, you will see they are battleground states where the advocates for Hillary have been running an amazing number of advertisements on local TV since May.
Trumps friends have just begun to do anti Hillary advertising. In Florida and Ohio we can expect that during the local news shows every ad will be an attack on one of the candidates by the other ones people.
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8/24/2016 8:22:06 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/20/2016 7:27:41 PM, Sam7411 wrote:
Trump's campaign on damage control?

"On Tuesday, Mr. Trump named a new campaign chief executive, Breitbart News Chairman Stephen Bannon, and a new campaign manager, Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway, in an attempt to build a new structure to help him run in a more disciplined way, but one still consistent with the New York businessman"s outsider status.

Along the way, Mr. Trump also is testing out a new campaign style, one in which he would remain combative, but in a more controlled way, according to people familiar with the discussions. On Thursday night, he expressed "regret" for sometimes "saying the wrong thing," and for the first time began using teleprompters for remarks at his rallies."


Question: Will these actions improve Trump recent campaign performance?
Remember: Clinton currently leads Trump by an average of 47 vs. 41 percent in the major polls.


http://www.dailywire.com...
http://www.wsj.com...
http://www.foxnews.com...
http://www.nytimes.com...

Think about this as Trump would, not yourself...Trump likes simplicity...so the only question to ask is:

1) Was Trump's free marketing via mass media standing strong, rising or failing?
It was heavily falling off....and quick.

Followup question:

2) Has the replacement of all those campaign personnel increased time on mass-media outlets and free marketing?

You bet your a$$ it did...every time I turn the channel, Trump's face is there.

So damage control? I would not classify it as such. I think Trump got exactly what he wanted....lot's of free publicity after it began slowing.
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8/24/2016 5:25:08 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
NOW Trump is giving-in and starting to act presidential. He's already done more than enough damage to blow this election for himself and pubs trying to keep control of congress.
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8/25/2016 7:29:51 AM
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Whoever wins the election this year, will only be a winner in the sense that the other one lost.
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8/25/2016 11:32:04 AM
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At 8/25/2016 7:26:33 AM, xus00HAY wrote:
Whatever you don't like about Trump, there is more to not like about the crooked lady.

Then the obvious answer is to not vote for either of them.
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8/25/2016 11:40:47 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/22/2016 9:28:21 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
The swing states are the only thing that matters. She couldn't win the South if Stalin was up against her, was blind, couldn't speak, and on a machine to keep him alive.

She's set to win south carolina AND Georgia. We are done for man :*(
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8/25/2016 12:29:58 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
I doubt that the new immigration policy Trump has talked about is something that would happen in real life. If the law were enforced, millions of people would be sent home to Mexico, without their jobs and income. This would do more damage to Mexico than dropping an atom bomb on Mexico City. I used to think that after his inauguration Trump would change his mind and say that the illegal aliens are welcome here as long as they obey our laws. Then he would make exceptions such as young women who were particularly good looking could stay here illegally.
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8/25/2016 12:33:32 PM
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At 8/25/2016 12:29:58 PM, xus00HAY wrote:
I doubt that the new immigration policy Trump has talked about is something that would happen in real life. If the law were enforced, millions of people would be sent home to Mexico, without their jobs and income. This would do more damage to Mexico than dropping an atom bomb on Mexico City. I used to think that after his inauguration Trump would change his mind and say that the illegal aliens are welcome here as long as they obey our laws. Then he would make exceptions such as young women who were particularly good looking could stay here illegally.

Not to mention the food shortages in the US. Every major producer of food stuffs ranging from Tyson to Frito-Lay that is within reasonable transit distance of the border would be effectively gelded in its work force, causing an employee rush in their plants, followed up quickly by a spike in food production costs, then consumer staples cost, then a crash in consumer discretionary due to the staples cost, and on and on.
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8/25/2016 3:43:24 PM
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At 8/25/2016 11:40:47 AM, Capital wrote:
At 8/22/2016 9:28:21 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
The swing states are the only thing that matters. She couldn't win the South if Stalin was up against her, was blind, couldn't speak, and on a machine to keep him alive.

She's set to win south carolina AND Georgia. We are done for man :*(

Why do you think I, or anyone else gives a rats a$$ about south Carolina? She is killing him in every swing state, and that's the election. Done deal.
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8/26/2016 5:54:39 AM
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"Every major producer of food stuffs ranging from Tyson to Frito-Lay that is within reasonable transit distance of the border would be effectively gelded i"

So you think all those Black people who can't find a job, they can't do this work?
They may have a serious problem at Taco Belle
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8/26/2016 5:57:42 AM
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"She is killing him in every swing state, and that's the election. Done deal."
Yeah, after the negative ad campaign convinces everybody what a filthy whore crooked Hillary is, she becomes President.
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8/26/2016 6:02:13 AM
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At 8/26/2016 5:54:39 AM, xus00HAY wrote:
"Every major producer of food stuffs ranging from Tyson to Frito-Lay that is within reasonable transit distance of the border would be effectively gelded i"

So you think all those Black people who can't find a job, they can't do this work?
They may have a serious problem at Taco Belle

That's what those black folk arr good for right? After you kick out the dirty Mexicans, just leave it to the blAck guys, right?

Yup, trump knows how to reach our to the black vote.
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8/29/2016 1:01:15 PM
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Trump's new great immigration policy should be deport all the illegals except single young women who are particularly good looking. When they get caught they will have to perform community service, which will be dating an lonely undatable white man.
Mexico has been flooding our country with illegal drugs for years it's about time we got even.