Donald Trump Desperate For Momentum Shift as Clinton's Lead Grows
It is desperate times for Donald Trump's Presidential campaign right now.
According to practically every national poll, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's lead continues to grow. Republican nominee Donald Trump has had an absolutely disastrous October and seems almost certain to lose the race at this point.
The last 30 days of the election have been absolutely nutty and unlike anything that we have seen before. The audio tapes, the allegations of abuse by former President Bill Clinton, the contentious debates - this election has truly scraped the bottom of the barrel and many Americans can't wait for November 9th so that the country can move forward. The Republican party has been fractured during this election, as many prominent GOP'ers have condemned Trump and some of his actions.
Donald Trump, with his allegations of election rigging and media manipulation, is not going to go down without a fight. The second Presidential debate, which was moderated by Martha Raddatz and Anderson Cooper, was nasty and contentious. Expect more of the same at the third debate, which is set to get underway on Wednesday evening at 9 pm EST. The debate, which takes place at the University of Nevada, will be hosted by Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday.
Hillary Clinton's path to victory seems clear at this point.
Donald Trump, on the other hand, will likely have to rely on some sort of damaging new allegations being released against Hillary Clinton.
You have to wonder, however, what could be worse than the torrent of negative news flow that has been directed at Donald Trump over the past month. At this point, it seems extremely unlikely that Trump will be able to reverse the momentum, though anything is possible in this election.
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