Days of Change

Pivot | May 2, 2016

All of the Trump supporters and most of the Republican establishment believe Donald Trump will have a solid 1237 delegates by June 7. For the last few weeks, the much anticipated “pivot”from being a douchebag to simulating a person with respect and empathy has yet to pass. Trump will not attack someone one day, see something to set him off and it’s back to lying Ted or disgusting Kasich all over again.

The Trump team has to understand that you have to be presidential 24/7. Even the rare slip-up by John McCain and Mitt Romney became fodder for days. At some point Trump will call Hillary fat and / or old, ending any aspirations for gravitas.

If you run your campaign on personal insults and lunch pail policy statements, you might as well keep going in that direction. If Trump expects to win back people who supported Cruz or Kasich, (or Walker or Rubio) he’d better be down 5% in the general election. A big lead would be the excuse for people to treat him like he treated his primary competitors.

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4 Comments

  1. The Trump team has to understand that you have to be presidential 24/7.

    A variant of PC?

    Comment by Mary — May 3, 2016 @ 4:07 am

    • A Republican can never be politically correct. But Trump can’t be presidential part time. It is not presidential to give a foreign policy speech followed by a bunch of red meat for his speeches about Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina falling or whatever the news is that day.

      Comment by 1539days — May 3, 2016 @ 8:53 pm

      • But Trump can’t be presidential part time.

        Nonsense.

        Comment by Mary — May 4, 2016 @ 2:49 am

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