Trump has an uphill battle against Clinton, but one he can win
Ah, politics. Finally, it’s down to Mrs. Clinton versus Mr. Trump, barring indictment or a brokered convention. It’s very clear on the one hand Clinton demands that women in general and she in particular be treated equally with men, with whatever that entails. However, on the other hand, as a Democrat candidate for president, she gleefully retorts she is a woman and will surely play the woman card all the way, dwarfing even that of her party’s other handy gimmick, the race card.
Repeated, almost nauseating ads will soon roll around the clock. And whereas the great debates are some time off, soon both party’s nominees will be engaging in mock scenarios with fellow team players who will have thoroughly studied their candidate’s respective rival. The twain will be schooled in avoiding his/her opponent’s strengths while capitalizing on any perceived weaknesses. Trump, as a Republican outsider, is yet limited in his knowledge and scope regarding classified government matters. However, the underdog will soon be authorized such in his need-to-know status and will be officially spun-up on critical issues of national and international importance and learn further of flawed Democrat policies. And he will fully recognize Clinton’s missteps and outright failures in concert with her party’s characteristic spins (between incessant uh’s, um’s and ah’s ad nauseaum) ever so capably generating public sympathy and acceptance.
During upcoming debates, in his opening remarks, Trump should fully declare that, as president, just as in his world of business, he will settle for nothing less than equal opportunity treatment for all women, without exception. Barring taxpayer funded abortions, he can cite his plans as president to provide for a wide range of women’s health needs. Trump should clearly announce his awareness that Clinton embodies gender equality. Further, he should add that although very much a lady, she is his worthy opponent and he neither seeks to diminish her gender nor favor her for such. Trump should exclaim, “Hillary, I know you’d have it no other way.” He should then divulge, therefore, regardless of gender, she can be assured he will treat her as he would any political contender for the most revered office of president of these United States.
Trump can then lunge forward swinging verbally as if his opponent were a fellow heavyweight champion possessing all the power of Washington, the media and Hollywood, as indeed Clinton does. Thus, this champ must be trumped decisively. While carefully maintaining good posture, no holds are to be barred on Trump’s part, save his undesirable and all too often facial gestures and colorful street lingo. This is the ideal opportunity with which he can interface respectfully yet conclusively with this, his absolute most heavily favored, politically astute and evasive opponent to date. For Trump to do any less will result in the reigning liberal champ (buoyed by her husband and former boss) heralded as the well qualified candidate to lead this nation.
Barring a knockout on Trump’s part, even with unanimous points scored, liberal obliged media will continue spinning things entirely in Clinton’s favor as they collectively seek to destroy him by any means possible. Even though outsider Trump beat-out 16 other Republican contenders in the primaries, these former candidates enjoyed no favor with liberal media, just as he doesn’t.
Under no circumstance will media break rank with their own. It’s just not in their genes even though a Trump presidency with a fully qualified conservative cabinet, along with projected Supreme Court nominees (thus generating plenty of work on their behalf) would afford limitless opportunities to lambaste and deride him throughout his four to eight years of service. And especially so if at any time Trump should err and resort to the handy practice habitually employed by the current president. That being whining about his abysmal inheritance (even though he wanted the job) while craftily blaming his own liberal policy failures on one who had long since left office.
Americans must be fully informed of conveniently concealed and glossed-over failures of both Clinton and her Democrat party. And Trump is the person to do it. If his debate performance incorporates these simple recommendations, in concert with his exhibiting a substantive grasp of the issues, the White House can be his. By the good Lord’s grace and willingness of the American people this nation can be healed. The city on a hill will shine brightly as America manifests greatness again. Those who oppose us will tremble, some, i.e., ISIS, for the very first time, while our allies recommit their trust and reliance, i.e., Israel. So, Donald, the ring is being readied for to generate the deal of your life. You can drive Miss Hillary mad, back to Chappaqua to retire as grandma in chief, or you will be very fired and America will continue to flounder under duress in her further “fundamental transformation.”