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Manafort: Polls Swinging Trump's Way, GOP Critics Have Clinton Ties

("The Cats Roundtable"/AM 970 The Answer)

By    |   Sunday, 14 Aug 2016 05:29 PM

Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on Sunday brushed aside negative coverage of the GOP presidential candidate, saying he remains confident that the Republican nominee is getting his message across to the American people despite what he insists is a biased media that tries to distort what Donald Trump actually says.

Appearing on "The Cats Roundtable" Sunday radio show on AM 970 in New York hosted by John Catsimatidis, Manafort said that polls in battleground states are starting to come back Trump’s way, especially in places where he has made campaign stops and his unfiltered message gets through to the people rather than the distorted version in the media.

Manafort said that if you listen to Trump himself and not the version the Democrats or media try to portray "you will see a man who is on the side of the American people and who is just as fed up with the bureaucracy and the special interests as the American people are."

He emphasized that the poll numbers were particularly good, because Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has already spent more than $200 million on ads against Trump while the GOP candidate is waiting until after the Olympics are over to really start his advertising campaign.

Trump’s campaign chairman also dismissed Republican critics of the candidate, saying they are people with ties to the Clintons and the Clinton Foundation or those who are upset because they initiated the failed policies that Trump opposes.

Manafort said that Trump is especially looking forward to the first debate with Clinton next month, because it will be very difficult for the Democratic nominee to defend her failed policies as secretary of state, to justify a domestic policy that will not revitalize the nation’s economy or to explain away the special interests that support her.

He said that American people are eager for change and that Clinton cannot possibly cast herself as an agent of such change when she clearly represents the establishment.

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Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on Sunday brushed aside negative coverage of the GOP presidential candidate, saying he remains confident that the Republican nominee is getting his message across to the American people despite what he insists is a biased media...
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