US Election 2016: We are Lagging, Says Trump campaign Manager

Recently, Donald Trump campaign has conceded that the Republican has fallen behind Hillary Clinton with an unbiased two weeks to go before Americans cast their votes.

According to the campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said “we are behind, and she has some advantages”.  However, “we are not giving up. We know we can win this”, she added.

Meanwhile, on Friday, Trump made a rare admission that he could lose in this election.

Recent vote suggest that Mrs. Clinton remains way ahead, both nationally and in several battleground states.

Evidently, her campaign has proven beyond all doubt that this election is going to be the biggest election in the American history.

According to the campaign manager Robbie Mook, he told the FOX News on Sunday that-“More people are going to turn out more than ever before”.

Polling in location like Utah and Arizona with Republicans strongholds, suggests that It Is possible that this states will back Democrats for the first time.

However, there is a certain probability that the poll may be wrong in Arizona, but if it happens that they are correct, it might be a start of Democratic trends that doesn’t just put the state in play in a Clinton 2016 rout scenario. Thus, it makes Arizona the legitimate swing state in the coming elections.

According to a political science professor from the Arizona state university – professor Richard Herrera he said “the demographics in the state are continuing to change” He also added that “If there is another increase in Latino voters, which there almost certainly will be, followed with an increase in party registrants, this could become a real battleground in future elections.”

This is a dream scenario for Democrats; it’s an opportunity to new and plentiful path to electoral success. On the contrary, it could mean a political night mere for Republicans.

Apparently, this change in the electoral map has prompted a shift in strategy for the Clinton’s campaign, which is spending money on helping Democrats running in close house or senate races.

Hillary Clinton said in one of her speech that she didn’t border on responding to Trump anymore and that she would rather spend time “emphasizing the importance of electing Democrats down the ballot”.

According to Mr. Trump campaign manager, He said that the Clintons team has a huge financial backup to spend on negative ads against Trump and also high-profile campaigners.

“She has a former president, who happens to be her husband, campaigning for her. The current president and first lady, vice president, all much more popular than she can hope to be,” said Kellyanne Conway.

However, Mr. Trump contemplated on defeat for the first time on Friday when he said Win, lose or draw, he would be happy with himself.

A day later, he announced a raft of measures for his first 100 days in office, that include used curbs on lobbying and new trade and climate change negotiations.

Just 16 days away from the election, there has been a lot of focus on his controversies linked to his campaign.

Just Saturday, he promised to sue every woman who has in one accused him of sexual misconduct.

He also repeated that the election was rigged and because of voters frauds at polling booths and media bias.

Eric Trump, Mr. Trump son said on Saturday that his father would accept the outcome of the election, if it’s was a “fair election”.

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