It is widely recognised that Donald Trump gets distracted and can get in his own way. By all accounts, he should be 10 points ahead in the polls. The Wikileaks exposures of Clinton Campaign corruption, inciting rally violence, voter fraud and so much more, should have sealed her fate but it hasn’t. The main stream media hasn’t helped with its overwhelmingly biased reporting blowing every statement of distraction out of all proportion. The problem has been that Trump takes the bait so many time.
The Washington Times reports,
Mr. Trump had another fine debate performance here Wednesday night under very tough conditions. Moderator Chris Wallace never let it get out of control and kept the discussion on the issues.
Mr. Trump feasts when things get out of control and lands his best haymakers when the crowd starts hooting and hollering.
So it was not his best debate, but it was fine. He did not deliver the knockout. But neither did she.
The media, of course, are focusing on his refusal to say whether he will accept the outcome of an election that has yet to come.
Of course, not a single actual human being cares about such nonsense, but this is what electrifies the stammering media.
Or they focus on his comment about what a nasty woman Hillary Clinton is. Unfortunately, the truth is no defense. It is yet another stupid distraction Mr. Trump could have avoided. But no biggie.
The truth is, Mr. Trump is at his absolute pure best when he is on the attack, prosecuting the case against Mrs. Clinton, talking directly to her. He is animated. He is clear. He is fierce.
Unfortunately, he confronted her only a handful of times Wednesday night.
From this moment to the end of the election, Mr. Trump needs to wake up every day and go out and pretend he is talking to Mrs. Clinton, calling her a liar, accusing her of rampant corruption, hammering her for disdain for America and all Americans.
If he can keep that up, orange just might pay off. Bigly.
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