According to reports from Main Stream Media Donald J. Trump is going to drop out of the 2016 presidential election. The establishment is enraged with the popularity of Trump that they are going to the extremes of using their mouthpieces to push out false and dishonest stories of him dropping out. The blur of stories are being pumped out by the likes of The New York Times, The Washington Post, and ABC News in attempt to derail the popular of Donald Trump.
The pointing of fingers on who started this rumor can only be point to one person and that person would be CNBC correspondent John Harwood. Yes the same John Harwood that asked Donald asked Trump if he was running a comic-book version of a presidential campaign during the debates last fall. But as you can see below this tweet by Harwood as started all this push of lies by the establishment’s media machine.
Two of Donald Trump’s campaign spokespeople came out and stated there is no basis for this rumor. Hope Hicks stated “There is no truth to this whatsoever,” and then Jason Miller responded by tweet:
“The idea that Paul Manafort’s mailing it in is completely erroneous. Our campaign just finished up our strongest month of fundraising to date, we’re adding talented and experienced staffers on a daily basis, and Mr. Trump’s turning out bigger, more enthusiastic crowds than Hillary Clinton ever could.”
This just proves the point at what lengths that the establishment and media will attempt to try and stop Trump’s campaign. Even to the point of creating a fake narrative and trying to shove it down the American people’s throat.
In the story being pushed by The New York Times, they report that:
“Republicans now say Mr. Trump’s obstinacy in addressing perhaps the gravest crisis of his campaign may trigger drastic defections within the party, and Republican lawmakers and strategists have begun to entertain abandoning him en masse.”
Just some of the reasons for media to push this fake story are simple to explain. They are because Trump will not endorse the establishments’ candidates of Paul Ryan and John McCain, his back and forth with the Clinton’s con man Khizr Khan, or not bowing down to the RINO’s in the GOP. Take your pick on the above reasons but it has given media the opportunity to try and plant seeds of doubts and confusion not only within the conservative members of the Republican Party but general public of voters.