- He’s portrayed as the underdog
- His opponent should be rollin’. She’s struggling
- His boisterous public speaking
My personal opinion about Donald Trump doesn’t matter. But I can’t help but thinking that many american citizens miss the days when Sara Palin was the scariest republican candidate ever. However improbable this seems right now, if someone examines the political situation in the US, it seems clear that all factors lead to the conclusion that Donald Trump will win not only all preliminary elections but the Presidential ones too.
- Constant attacks by the media most of the times have the opposite effect. Remember the case of George Bush Jr . Ask yourselves: have you tried using arguments against Trump’s fiery speeches or did you just call him ‘racist’ and forgot about it? If you’re following the latter, congratulations: you’re following the same pattern that re-elected G. Bush.
- Democrats themselves don’t exactly see Hillary Clinton as a ‘super-star’, at least not the way they did with all their previous candidates the last couple of decades. The talk is not why we should vote for Hillary… The talk is why we should vote against Trump. Campaigning for a ‘negative vote’ is yet another strategic blunder.
- His radical – emotional speech never fails to make an impression. Most media accuse him of being a demagogue. But at the same time people can’t help but perceiving Hillary Clinton’s ‘well-refined’ language and overused clichés as a symptom of demagoguery too…
The deciding factor in the 2016 US elections will be the so-called ‘silent majority’.
Donald Trump’s disdain for political correctness is one of his characteristics that will eventually win the vote of the silent majority