Donald Trump is getting ready to bring his case for the presidency to a television near you. However, that’s if you live in one of nine battleground states.
The Republican nominee is hitting the airwaves — and hitting Hillary Clinton hard on the economy. It comes as he prepares a key address on his biggest single issue immigration.
Fox News Chief Political Correspondent Carl Cameron reports on the latest in the Trump campaign.
With the election in 10 weeks, Donald Trump is planning a major immigration speech Wednesday in Phoenix to clarify weeks of mixed, vague and contrary messages on what was once his defining issue.
“If I win, we’re going to build a wall. We’re going to have an amazing border,” Trump said.
Trump was off the trail Monday and shooting new ads in New York before a Northern California fundraiser in the bay area.
He’s launching his biggest ad buy yet — $10 million across nine battleground states where he needs to win.
A new ad by anti-Trump Republicans urgent Trump to drop out, using his own words against him.
Trump tweeted, “Crooked Hillary’s brainpower is highly overrated. Probably why her decision making is so bad or, as stated by Bernie S, she has bad judgment.”
In addition to his big immigration speech Wednesday in Arizona — which has been postponed twice — Trump has begun to prepare for the upcoming debates with Clinton, with regular strategy sessions with consultants and his inner circle.
Trump’s debate rehearsals do not include a sparring partner playing the role of Clinton for now.
Former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes is an informal adviser to the debate team. Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani is playing a big role in the campaign and debate preps and suggested that Trump’s deportation plans are open-ended when it comes to otherwise law-abiding undocumented immigrants.
“He’s going to go after the most dangerous criminals first, then the less dangerous criminals second, and by the time we get there, then we’ll see what our population is of non-criminal illegal immigrants. I think that’s the point at which he has to decide,” Giuliani said.
Staff has been forwarding videos to Trump of Clinton’s past debate performances against both Sanders and against Obama eight years ago.
As part of his ongoing minority outreach efforts, Trump will address the only African American-owned and operated national Christian television network, The Impact Network, at the Great Faith Ministries in Detroit, Michigan this Saturday.
He tweeted, “Inner-city crime is reaching record levels. African-Americans will vote for Trump because they know I will stop the slaughter going on!”
A new anti-Trump calling itself “Republicans for Clinton ’16” is now up on the web with a warning that if Trump wins the election, it will wreck the Republican party, individual freedom, economic growth and global stability.
They say it’s still important for Republicans to vote for House and Senate members in order to protect the congressional minority.