Donald Trump’s Campaign Finally Admits He is Losing

by Kim

Posted on 10/25/2016 9:58:26 AM

For the first time in the long race for Elections 2016, Republican Party nominee, Donald Trump’s campaign runners have finally admitted that Donald Trump is indeed behind Democratic Party nominee Hilary Clinton, and is losing.
According to the newest and latest presidential poll results, Hilary Clinton is now 12-points ahead of Republican Party nominee, Donald Trump. For the first time through this historic journey, his campaign conceded what seems to be somewhat very obvious now, he is trailing behind in his race to victory for being the ‘fit’ candidate to be President of United States.
Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway had admitted Trump was behind Clinton according to the poll results from NBC, 12-points to be exact. She said, “We are behind. Clinton has some advantages, like $66m (£54m) in ad buys just in the month of September, thereby doubling her ad buys from August. Now, most of those ads are negative against Donald Trump – classic politics of personal destruction, cesspool kind of ads.”
“And she has tremendous advantages: she has a former president, who happens to be her husband, campaigning for her. The current president and first lady, vice-president, all much more popular than she can hope to be.”
With hardly two-weeks to go till the elections, both candidates are doing whatever it takes to step-up their appearances to get maximum voters on their side. Luckily for Clinton, Trump’s sexual assault cases have done a lot of damage to his campaign, followed by the leak audio clips of him talking about assaulting women, the possible rape of a minor, and the language he used towards his own daughter ay have just cost him his future seat.
As of now, the Republican Party nominee is currently focusing on battlegrounds including Florida and Ohio, major places he needs to get major votes from in order to secure 270 electoral votes to become the next President of the United States. Whereas on the other hand, Democratic Party nominee, Hilary Clinton and her campaign is confident that she will make history by becoming the first female President, and has plans to travel to Arizona and Utah where the Republicans have a strong hold.

According to Independent- With some poll predictors giving Ms. Clinton a 90 per cent chance of winning, she is keen not just to win but to win handsomely – something she believes would avoid any attempt by Mr. Trump or his supporters to reject the outcome of the election.
Ms. Conway is still hopeful that Mr. Trump can turn around the situation by winning over undecided voters.
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