How the mainstream media can help Trump win re-election


Trump will likely need to win the election on Nov. 8 if he wants to avoid a crushing defeat in November.

He will likely do that with strong Democratic turnout, according to a recent report by the Harvard-Harris poll.

The poll shows that Democrats have a 48 percent chance of beating Trump in November, with only 28 percent for his Republican opponent.

The numbers are even worse for Republicans.

The Democrats are almost certain to win.

In the last two elections, the Democrats have won the White House and both Senate seats, with the exception of 2010, when Barack Obama was re-elected.

Trump is not on track to win in 2020.

While the Democrats and their allies in the media and political establishment are celebrating the election results, there are still many who believe that Trump will not win reneging on the promises he made during the campaign.

In a recent CNN/ORC poll, a majority of Americans say they believe Trump will do as he promised during the 2016 election.

The majority also believes that the Democrats will win control of the House and Senate, and will get rid of any Republican moderates who support Trump.

The results are so mixed that they are almost entirely dependent on the outcome of the election.

Even if Trump does not lose the White Senate, the Republicans will control the House, the Senate and both chambers of Congress.

That means that Trump can try to take credit for the election victory by saying he did it.

He can then claim that he won the election with a majority, while the polls clearly show that his margin was narrower.

This is why the media has a special role in shaping the election outcome.

This has happened before.

During the 2016 presidential campaign, the media was very active in promoting the idea that Hillary Clinton would lose.

This led many people to believe that the media had rigged the election and was manipulating the public.

The mainstream media was also very aggressive in portraying Trump as a fraud, saying that the candidate had made a lot of promises he had never kept.

The polls showed that Trump’s popularity had not fallen, but it had not been as strong as he had hoped, and that his supporters had grown to be less supportive of him.

This was also a reason why many people were surprised when Trump lost the election, as the mainstream polls had shown him losing by a significant margin.

This continued into the presidency, as Trump was widely accused of misleading voters about his financial holdings and how he would be spending his money.

This fueled Trump’s campaign.

As a result, the mainstream news media has been increasingly critical of Trump’s presidency, and even attacked him.

In November, for example, the Associated Press reported that the mainstream newspapers were “shaking their heads” at Trump’s success.

This article by the AP was a big blow to the Trump administration, and prompted the New York Times to say it “will do what we can to hold Trump accountable.”

The media also pushed for the release of more documents, including the financial records that were used to make the false claims about Trump’s financial holdings.

But the media never stopped bashing Trump and his administration.

Many of Trump supporters have been critical of the mainstream press, which they say has been unfairly attacking Trump.

A Pew Research Center survey found that a majority think that the Trump White House was “failing” and “in the tank for the Democrats,” with just 35 percent saying the same of the Clinton White House.

One of Trump-era White House advisers said the media is “more focused on Trump than the country.”

Trump himself has been very critical of this media, saying in a Fox News interview that the coverage is “disgraceful.”

But he also has been criticized for not doing enough to fight back against it.

Trump also tweeted that the news media is being “rigged,” which he said is a “big lie” that was “just created by the dishonest media.”

In December, he told the New Yorker that “the dishonest media is really trying to help me.”

And he tweeted in November that the press is “getting more controlled by the Democrats than ever before.”

This is a clear attempt to silence any critics of the president, and is one reason why he has continued to attack them on social media.

The media and their media allies also have tried to take advantage of Trump and the Democrats’ loss in 2020 to portray Trump as illegitimate.

A lot of the coverage of the 2016 campaign was focused on the 2016 Democratic Party presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton.

This helped Trump by making the Democratic Party look illegitimate, while portraying Trump and other Republicans as illegitimate, as well.

Trump and many other Trump supporters see Clinton as illegitimate because of her position on the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, which is opposed by many in his party.

Trump has also used this issue to attack Republicans who are willing to support the Trans Pacific Partnership.

The fact that many Republicans who voted for Trump in the 2016 elections support the TPP and oppose it is an obvious indication that they were being “run out of