Still think this guy was serious about becoming president? It was never his plan to begin with.
Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has informally approached one of the media industry’s top dealmakers about the prospect of setting up
a Trump television network after the presidential election in November.
However, the approach suggests Mr Kushner and the Republican candidate himself are thinking about how to capitalise on the populist movement that
has sprung up around their campaign in the event of an election defeat to Democrat Hillary Clinton next month. Mr Trump has in recent days ramped up
his criticism of the “dishonest and distorted” mainstream media, which he accuses of being biased against him in collusion with the Clinton
I mean it adds up.
Trump bringing on Breitbart's Stephen Bannon in August,
Former Fox News Roger Ailes who had been reportedly advising Trump but now apparently has stopped;
Trumps attacks on Fox news star Megyn Kelly, causing Fox to defend her. Fox News, which has seen a decline in ratings this year,
And then we have Trumps actions during his run such as...
Using some of the campaign money to fund his businesses:
Trump campaign spending far less money than they claim to be on advertisements in swing states:
Then we have Trumps visits to none-competitive states like Maine and Mississippi. I mean hey, maybe he's been inclusive, but given the circumstances,
it doesn't make sense.
The above all points to somebody trying to minimize as much spending as possible without raising suspicion and at the same time, networking with media
insiders to create something big.
It all makes sense.
When Trump loses. Not if, when. He'll still have a good few million followers after the election. That's millions more than what an company the likes
of Fox News could hope to tap. Trump's done with the elections. He was done from the time he announced his run. This has been all about money and I
believe firmly the Clintons are involved in all this as well. Hillary could not have wished for anybody better to run against her.
This is my fourth? thread about Trump not really running to become president? But this evidence continues to pile on. This guy, and the Clintons, are
taking us for a ride. I firmly believe this.
Bernie would've called out this BS long time ago if he was the nominee.
edit on 20-10-2016 by Southern Guardian because: (no reason given)