Trump campaign manager: OK to mislead voters if it harms Clinton
1. Trump attacks Hillary with brazen lies2. Hillary attacks Trump with his own words3. Big media: Both sides are equal — Peter Daou (@peterdaou) November 4, 2016 From The Hill: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s campaign manager on Friday suggested it doesn’t matter whether a Fox News report about an indictment of the Clinton Foundation […]
From The Hill:
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s campaign manager on Friday suggested it doesn’t matter whether a Fox News report about an indictment of the Clinton Foundation is true. “The damage is done to Hillary Clinton,” Kellyanne Conway said on MSNBC’s “The 11th Hour.”
The Trump campaign is built on lies. Trump and his sleaze-merchants mislead the public as a matter of strategy. And the rot starts from the top, with a candidate who embodies vileness.
On Tuesday, they will learn a harsh lesson.
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