GOP Operative Plans ‘Guerrilla Campaign’ Against Donald Trump
EDITOR’S NOTE: Anyone that the ultra-liberal, main stream media likes for president is absolutely a bad choice for America. The fact that both the GOP and MSM are ganging up on Trump in a desperate attempt stop his candidacy is just about the best endorsement you could possibly have. Donald’s only worry at this point is an assassination attempt on his life, because short of that, there isn’t very much else that could stop him.
The Republican establishment, increasingly alarmed by the enduring strength of Donald Trump’s presidential bid, is ratcheting up efforts to knock him out of the race, including the first attempt to unite donors from rival camps into a single anti-Trump force.
A well-connected GOP operative is planning a “guerrilla campaign” backed by secret donors to “defeat and destroy” the celebrity businessman’s candidacy, according to a memo reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
A super PAC supporting Ohio Gov. John Kasich is airing a series of ads targeting Mr. Trump. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush struck with his bluntest attacks yet on Friday, and the super PAC associated with the Club for Growth, an economic conservative group, is trying to raise money to resume attack ads that it has run in Iowa against Mr. Trump.
Donald Trump Sarasota Florida Rally on November 28, 2015
Together, the efforts seem to represent a turning point in the GOP contest, in which other campaigns have previously been skittish about taking on Mr. Trump so directly. The sense of urgency has mounted in part because Mr. Trump continues at or near the top of GOP polls, even after many predicted that the Paris terror attacks would lead voters to turn to a more seasoned candidate.
Representatives from CNN, Fox News, NBC, CBS, and ABC united today to rally around a common enemy: Donald Trump.
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Over the past few weeks, stories have surfaced that indicate a particularly volatile relationship between Trump and the media. At a rally last Tuesday, a Trump aide threatened to revoke Noah Gray‘s media credentials after the CNN reporter briefly left the designated press area to cover a #BlackLivesMatter protester. The aide told Noah to “get back in the pen” or risk being “blacklisted.”
At a rally Friday, Trump barred members of the press from covering the event, including reporters from BuzzFeed, The Huffington Post, and Univision. The Trump campaign has banned publications that have strongly criticized the candidate in the past, thus landing the outlets and reporters in “the doghouse” (a term used by campaign manager Corey Lewandowski).
Trump’s tricky relationship with the press is not a new phenomenon: this past August, the Republican candidate removed Univision reporter Jorge Ramos from a press conference, telling Ramos to “go back to Univision.”
But now, the media is fighting back. The networks hope to draft a response to the Trump campaign requesting that aides stop threatening to revoke media credentials. They also hope to convince the candidate to ease restrictions on the press pool and act respectfully towards reporters in the pen. source