Owing to the circumstances Donald Trump fairly said “I’m running against ‘crooked media’, not just Hillary Clinton”


Whether you are a Republican or Democratic follower, every rational mind can observe that a group of Media houses, Celebs, Social Activists, ngo’s and social media campaigners are  all hell bent to make Hillary win the Presidential post no matter how ..with outright lies to gibberish talk to allegations of sexual assaults or anything that comes handy to throw upon Trump.

Message is Do Everything to make Trump appear a Villain.

This is why Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at last went after the media arguing that his Democratic opponent would be nothing without the medias help.

“They’re the most crooked theyre almost as crooked as [Democratic nominee] Hillary [Clinton], they may even be more crooked than Hillary, he said at a campaign rally in Saint Augustine, Florida. Because without the media, she would be nothing. Without the media, Hillary Clinton would be nothing. Theyre disgraceful.


As Trump gestured to the media pen, the crowd booed.

Without the media’s “dishonesty and deceit,” Clinton wouldn’t be able to rig the political system in her favor, Trump added.

“Here’s how all of this affects you,” he said. “When the people who control the political power in our society can rig investigations like her investigation was rigged can rig polls you see these phony polls and rig the media, they can wield absolute power over your life, your economy and your country, and benefit big-time by it.

The mainstream media is actively involved with the Clinton campaign in a desperate attempt to cover up the truth

For example, the Washington Post, which has essentially become a mouthpiece for the Clinton campaign at this point, has been publishing an article “debunking” claims about Clinton’s health almost every day recently. 

One of their headlines was “Don’t believe everything you read about Hillary Clinton’s health on Google“.


The Internet is awash with rumors about Hillary Clinton’s health

Hillary Clinton should just be honest with the American people about all of these things.

This weekend, Trump restated his support for toughening libel laws in the U.S., so that journalists could be more harshly punished for publishing information that is “wrong.”

At a rally in Fairfield, Connecticut, Trump went so far as to say that his race is not against the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, but against journalists. “I’m not running against Crooked Hillary,” he told a crowd. “I’m running against the crooked media.”

On the next day the nominee challenged the application of first amendment rights: “It is not ‘freedom of the press’ when newspapers and others are allowed to say and write whatever they want even if it is completely false!”

Trump has previously argued that Congress should “open up our libel laws” so that people could sue newspapers,

Later campaign chairman Paul Manafort tried to pour cold water on the reports that had enraged Trump.

“Trump is very plugged in,” Manafort told on CNN. “Very connected. We’re seeing crowds that are end of October numbers, not August numbers. He’s appearing to between 10, 15, 20,000 people. That tells you the campaign is working.”

The campaign chief also argued that Trump had “a substantive week”, noting the competing economic plans that he and Clinton each presented. “Our plan very clearly laid out how he was going to cut taxes, lower the tax rates for small businesses, how that would create more jobs. He talked about his trade policy.”

But Manafort was also forced to answer for Trump’s remark that “second amendment people” might act against Clinton, and a campaign staffer’s criticism of the parents of a US army captain killed in Iraq.

Manafort’s also clarified a New York Times report of confusion at the heart of the Trump campaign, quoting from more than 20 associates who anonymously described the candidate as increasingly angry, glum, and refusing to follow counsel from his advisers. Separately, Politico reported that Republican party leaders had started private talks about cutting off financial support for their nominee.

Trump’s campaign has put Politico on a so-called “blacklist” of organizations it denies press credentials to, and Trump tweeted that the Times “has become a newspaper of fiction”. On Saturday he wondered aloud about banning the outlet from his events.

Then Trump spent Sunday morning tweeting aspersions about the press, critiquing various elements of coverage and largely ignoring his opponent, despite recent, damaging reports about her relationship with donors and her record as a senator. 

In between

FBI announces it is assessing the relevance of newly discovered emails from Hillary Clinton

On Sunday, CNN reported that the FBI would give Congress notes from agents’ three-hour interview with Clinton, over her use of a private email server while secretary of state. Clinton herself has quarreled with the press for years, and the Democratic nominee has not held an official press conference in more than 250 days.

 Trump also complained by, writing: “My rallies are not covered zmprerly by the media. They never discuss the real message and never show crowd size or enthusiasm.”

That seems really true..

Nationally, polling averages show Clinton with a nearly seven-point lead. Reflecting the average, a recent poll Washington Post/ABC poll showed Clinton leading 50% to 42%. 



Trump recruits ‘election observers’ as he warns of potential voter fraud

One of Trump’s few outspoken allies in the Senate, Jeff Sessions, defended the nominee’s erratic campaign in the general election. “He was so exuberant. He had a lot of fun in the primaries – he was really hammering away,” Sessions told ABC. “It’s a different thing to run a presidential election. You’re dealing with a different constituency.

But as Republican officials scrambled to assert a coherent direction for their candidate’s campaign, Trump himself may have already offered the clearest sign of his strategy.

“I just keep doing the same thing I’m doing right now,” Trump said, when asked about his plans to catch up to Clinton. “And at the end, it’s either going to work or I’m going to have a very, very nice long vacation.”

Everyone need to realize that it’s a good chance Trump may win.


Along with thanks and compliments to the sources for the shared data

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