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Retired Navy SEAL to Trump: Lay off 'Racy' Tweets and You Can Win

Wednesday, 02 Nov 2016 03:37 PM

Donald Trump must "lay low" and avoid firing off "racy" tweets that could get him in trouble if he wants to become the nation's next president, Carl Higbie, a retired U.S. Navy SEAL and spokesman for Great America PAC, tells Newsmax TV.

"As long as he doesn't send out a tweet that can be construed [as racy]," Higbie told Bill Tucker, guest host of Wednesday's "The Steve Malzberg Show." "Now, it doesn't even have to be a racy tweet. All it has to be is construed as that, and the left will take anything they can right now with the media and they'll spin it.

"A ton of . . . networks out there will jump on anything [Trump] says and take it the wrong way, so all he needs to do is just lay low the next six days and continue to do what he's doing, and he's getting the support out there."

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Higbie said he is now involved in a large-scale Trump stump across the country and is seeing "people that have historically answered polls to say they're voting for Hillary Clinton are going to vote for Donald Trump — and you can't poll that accurately.”

Higbie is the co-author of "Enemies, Foreign & Domestic: A SEAL's Story," written with Brandon Caro and published by Post Hill Press.

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Donald Trump must "lay low" and avoid firing off "racy" tweets that could get him in trouble if he wants to become the nation's next president, Carl Higbie, a retired U.S. Navy SEAL and spokesman for Great America PAC, tells Newsmax TV.
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