Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Horses for courses

Via Instapundit, a good sign for Donald Trump.
The Clinton team didn't know how to handle Trump's admission that the rich should pay more taxes.
It’s not merely the Clinton campaign’s bullheaded determination to plunge forward with an uncreative campaign strategy that was designed and implemented well before Donald Trump became the presumptive GOP nominee. Clinton appears to have learned nothing from the pile of Republican bodies Trump left in the wake of his scorched earth primary campaign.
The Clinton team expected to run against the Republicans as they've done in the past.
They expect to run on a clean track.
Instead, it's a muddy track.
And Trump is a mudder.
The course fits this horse.
And not his opposition - in the Republican primaries and coming up in the general election.
Clinton knows how to beat Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio or any of the elected Republicans who wanted to be president.
But that's not the November opposition.

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