Looks like this may be Donald Trump‘s last stand…
If Trump thinks he’s beaten will he justly and have fun and attack, attack, attack? Maybe.
The way I see it, Trump still has a slugger’s chance to win on November 8th. Even though it looks pretty bad for the Donald right now. I mean, at no time has he had the lead over Hillary Clinton in national polls.
Trump pulled about even before the debates but his off the wall behavior and people seeing him as uncontrollable seems to have done him in.
Current polls show Clinton up 4-8 points.
She leads in almost all the battleground states.
So even if Trump’s last couple of debates were good, the tapes of his comments about women have simply taken over the two hate campaigns. So at this point, short of an indictment – which ain’t happening – Hillary is white House bound. She’s almost bullet proof.
Because the nation will elect the safer bet, a pro political star in Clinton. They just don’t trust the Donald. Those who like him can argue that he’s not a crook, that he wants to shake up Washington. They can say that he will fight for the little guy and wants to make America Great Again, but it’s clearly too late.
The Clinton machine was way bigger than anyone might have imagined. Bill and Hillary have just built a monster, getting backing where it matters from the people who run this country. And that’s pretty much that.
I don’t think Clinton or Trump are any more evil or corrupt than the many politicians who came before them.
The media wanted a reality show race and helped to push it that way.
It was embarrassing to say the least.
It all comes to an end in a couple weeks. And if you’re like me, you’re worn out by CNN and FOX’s nonstop coverage on Trump.
For an entire year Trump was the most publicized person of all time. And it was fun while it lasted, if often sad. It was a unique race – quite a show.
Trump was up, he was down; he was the man; he was the fool – he was everything rolled into one.
Hillary pretty much stayed quiet and let Trump be the “star.” And in the end, he talked his way into losing. Yet he talked his way to being the Republican Nominee for President of the United States and that can’t be overlooked.
In the end Trump returns to a damn interesting, rich and powerful life with a wonderful family, a beautiful wife, a world of hotels, casinos, private jets and wealth.
Clinton gets her dream after being belittled by her husband’s cheating, her many missteps, and aging into being a world leader. You can argue she’s earned the job after 30 years of hard work.
In the end, Clinton’s just another powerbroker who played her hand well. Trump the outsider came out of nowhere. Like all of us he’s sick of the system and the people who manipulate it. He could have won, yes, but he just didn’t measure up in the end. I liked his story and his intense interviews and debates, but he fell short.
They both go down as two of the most interesting people in the world. None of us will probably ever know what that feels like. So you have to admire them both for different reasons.
Trump inherited some money but then turned it into an international show, like nobody ever has before. Hillary climbed a monster hill, backing a charismatic husband, who she likely was the brains behind in the White House, putting up with scandal after scandal.
My hat’s off to them both.
It’s a brave new world with social media and everybody covering them online. All in all, it provided a negative overview of America, the White House and in a way all of us view our country.
NMOt to mention an office and position that once was held in great respect, but is now just as suspect as any entertainer or tv star/movie star’s life.
Remember that old line about anyone can grow up to be president in America? Really?
Was Donald Trump a real life, “Citizen Kane.”