Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Donald Trump's free media bonanza - POLITICO

    The Donald continues his mastery of the media...After months of spending nothing but getting massive free time, Mr. Trump finally bought some ads and it was so newsworthy, the cable news nets aired it for free dozens of times on Monday.

    I think Mr. Trump is on a path to victory, at least for the nomination and maybe the White House, as the Clintons, like the Bushes, are wearing thin on America.

   I was talking to some visitors from Pittsburgh tonight who were big Trump people. They noted the legislators in the room and ask who they support.   Well, in Jefferson County, you can't upset 260 and the elites by backing such a rough and tumble candidate, but in the end they will vote for the Donald and eschew the bow-tie Republicans revered in local high society.

    Even in RINO country, Rockefeller Republicanism is hopefully on the wane.

Donald Trump's free media bonanza - POLITICO

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The whinny crybaby Bourney and Hillary party line voters are apoplectic over the "free" coverage that Trump is getting. The problem is that all of the coverage that Trump gets IS NEGATIVE. But the hilarious part is that even though all the party line democrat voting main stream media keeps attacking Trump, Trump's numbers continue to stand strong or even grow. Not with the SNL Jon Stalwart, graduates of basket weaving, who live in their parents basements, but with everyone else. What is a freestuff professional victim voter to do?

Anonymous said...

Sure Mr. Trump gets lots of air time but so could the other candidates if they made themselves available to the media in same way a Trump. He doesn't dodge the media. I've seen him on all three cable news networks where he sat for extended interviews. Have you seen Mrs. Clinton do the same? I'd expect O'Rielly would give her a full hour if she would sit down for an interview. Bet it doesn't happen. Most candidates appearances are very controlled and scripted. We all remember from last year when Clinton roped in a group of reporters following her on the campaign trail and herded them away. Trump doesn't operate that way, he's assessable and interesting which drives ratings.