With each passing day, as Donald trump’s comments get crazier and crazier, his chances of defeating Hillary Clinton are looking slimmer than Melania in a photo shoot. Who would’ve thought that basically calling for your opponent to be assassinated would be people’s soft button?
During an interview today on CNBC, Donald Trump acknowledged that his efforts to close the ever-widening gap between him and Hillary in battleground states may not prove to be as successful as being a constantly bankrupted businessman.
At the end, it’s either going to work, Trump said, Or I’m going to, you know, I’m going to have a very, very nice, long vacation.
Le type s’en fout d’être president 😂👏
Trump on polls: ” …I’m going to have a very, very, nice long vacation” pic.twitter.com/6wfMJrhWPc
— kaillereh (@kaillereh) August 11, 2016
It’s actually America that will be getting a very, very long vacation. I don’t know about you, but that almost sounds like Donald is conceding the race right now. Is it possible that Trump has actually reached such a nadir in his clownish campaign that he finally sees some sort of consequences to the crazy sh*t he says? Admitting mistakes may be for losers; but is it quite possible that Trump is at the very least mimicking normal human behavior? Maybe the guy who scaled Trump Tower in New York City could lend Trump his suction cups to help him climb back up into contention.
Spewing nothing but lies and hate, inciting violence and playing to white angst, and attacking brave veterans is hardly a winning strategy. And as the days tick by and we get closer to November, Trump’s chances of pulling the biggest con on America since WMD and winning this thing is not looking as promising as it did in July.
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