Heading to September what the 2016 Presidential race looks like the Trump campaign is shifting direction. Will it work? They’re also insinuating that Hillary Clinton is not health-fit for office. Is this the new ‘birher’ topic to defect other issues? Dr. Bart Rossi joins the hosts of Campaign Central on Wink News to discuss these and other topics.
The Trump campaign recognizes that Donald Trump has to get minority voters. Thus a late campaign shift to address them. But is the message correct?
Dr. Rossi says he didn’t understand why Trump didn’t see this months ago. And while he [Trump] continues to project his authoritarian personality, which works for him, the issue now is how does he switch his immigration position without becoming inconsistent in his message?
he now says he wants to bring equality to “all” Americans. But he has been alienating and insulting minorities — blacks, Muslims, Mexicans, gays, supporters of climate change — all through the primaries and thus far into the general election. Is it too little too late?
As Trump and Guilini bang away at the idea that Hillary Clinton has a neurological disease, Dr. Rossi agrees that this is the next version of the ‘birther movement,’; conspiracy theory, something that politics can be known for at times. But it’s shallow and likely won’t be helpful he says. “They’re manufacturing, creating, and should drop this and move on.”
Heading to September what the 2016 Presidential race looks like also is that Hillary Clinton’s email controversy is continuing. According to Dr. Rossi “this is not going to go away. It is an issue she will have to manage throughout the campaign.
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