Sunday, 03 January, 2016

Trump plans to 'spend big' on advertising in primary states

Taking a stand on foreign policy
Arnold White | 02 January, 2016, 06:55

"I really know the game", he said while decrying the offshoring of jobs by USA corporations.

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has criticized Trump for opposing a hike in the minimum wage and Sanders has suggested Trump's tax strategies would help the wealthy and devastate the "disappearing" middle class. Trump shot back last night.

"I like that Putin called me brilliant, I'll be totally honest", Trump said.

It responded - almost in unison - with chants of "Trump, Trump, Trump" as the candidate waved his arms up and down. In his piece, Gene says: "Trump has given voice to the ugliness and anger that the party has spent years encouraging and exploiting". But the Bible is far, far, far superior, right? Yes.

The issues Donald Trump plans to address as president are desperately needed.

Bush, a Trump rival in the GOP primary, contended that the billionaire businessman was taking advantage of political polarization made more stark by Obama's administration.

TRUMP: It's the best.

SIEGEL: So why is Trump willing to cough up the money this time? In the following video clip, Donald Trump explains why only small amounts such as "7 dollars, 9 dollars, 100 dollars" will be accepted. "No, No. I always say: 'Oh, let's see".

"We're going to be talking about a lot of things including the border, including trade, including Isil, and security for the country".

But "honestly I don't want to take any chances". "And I'm very proud of the fact that I've spent
the least and achieved the
best result", Mr Trump said before a rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa. "Once Cruz wins Iowa, and if he beats Trump in New Hampshire, which he very well could, Cruz could win SC, from a momentum perspective". It's a financial development he credited to not needing campaign ads up to this point. It seems he has no plans to negatively impact other presidential hopefuls, but he does promise to fight fire with fire. He has already proposed reasonable solutions to the problems the country is facing.

A Trump advisor had this to say about negative marketing pointing at Donald.

O'Donnell gave Robinson "the floor" moments later to "make your case about how this is the end of the GOP as we know it" and thus Robinson began by admitting that his "case is, don't know what's going to happen in 2016, but we kind of know what happened in 2015". "The point is that we're living in this reality TV political environment, where [Trump] fills the space by saying outrageous things [and] then people based on their emotions will express support for the sentiment, not necessarily the specifics, because there's none and then he'll backtrack".

"Starting around January 4 we're spending a lot of money", he told reporters following a campaign event in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Is America ready for the campaign ad era of Donald Trump's presidential run?