Trump Should Challenge Hillary to a Fourth Debate
Donald Trump’s successes in the 2016 general election can be traced in part to bold moves.
The morning of Aug. 19, Trump fired his campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, a dramatic act designed to set his derailing campaign back on track. Later the same day, while Hillary Clinton dithered and President Obama tore up the fairways on Martha’s Vineyard, Trump grabbed his vice presidential nominee, Gov. Mike Pence, and headed to flood-ravaged Louisiana to help provide relief. And at the end of the month, he seized on an invitation by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and went to Mexico, looking presidential by meeting with Nieto privately and then staging a news conference.
Trump, who was now also more disciplined and on-message, was looking to voters like someone who could be their president. By the middle of September, he was within a point of Clinton in the RealClearPolitics average of national polls. – READ MORE