Bonus: Trump has also earned a key anti-endorsement.
I still assert that Donald Trump will vanquish Hillary Clinton in the fall, especially when his likely opposition begins working for him!
Via Fox News contributor and talk show host Tammy Bruce comes an ad being put out by the Clinton campaign. The video backfires, because it provides example after example of strong positions Trump offers that appeal to his record-number of primary voters.
Very nice of Hillary Clinton to run a pro-Trump ad, too? https://t.co/lYGCyHb7BA
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) May 4, 2016
Trump has also picked-up some key anti-endorsements. We have already reported that Governor Jeb Bush is #NeverTrump. But, in my opinion, the presumptive Republican nominee earned the most critical anti-endorsement today.
President Obama, reacting to Donald Trump effectively wrapping up the Republican primary race earlier this week, took his opening shots Friday at the now-presumptive nominee – urging tough scrutiny of the businessman’s record and saying, “This is not a reality show.”
The president was asked about the Republican race during an impromptu press conference following remarks on the economy at Friday’s White House briefing.
“[Trump] has a long record that needs to be examined,” Obama said, urging the public to “take seriously” some of the controversial statements he’s made.
“This is a really serious job. This is not entertainment. This is not a reality show. This is a contest for the presidency of the United States,” he said.
These comments are rather shocking in light of the celebrity treatment Obama has craved over the past 7-plus years. In fact, Obama appeared in a couple of reality TV programs himself, including the start of Season 7 of Jerry Seinfeld’s show, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
Then, there was the Man vs Wild Bear Grylls with President Barack Obama!
Arguably, Trump is a more successful reality TV star than Obama.
I suspect he will also be a much better President, especially if he keeps to the promises listed in the Clinton campaign ad.DONATE
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