Monthly Archives: October 2016
Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager Robby Mook is running a video warning supporters not to get over confident about the presidential race, citing Donald Trump’s comments about polls.
“Donald Trump has been going around telling people not to listen to the polls, and saying that he can still win this race,”Mook says in the video. “Well you know what he’s absolutely right.”
Mook says that although Clinton has “the wind at her back” polls were beginning to show a tighter race.
“We’ve seen polls tighten since the last debate, and we expect things to get even closer by election day,” he said.
Secret#1: Think Big
Secret#2: Show the Competition No Mercy
Secret#3: Defend Yourself Aggressively
Secret#4: Remember, Consensus Is Overrated
Secret#5: Identify All Posible Resources, and Use Them Strategically
Secret#6: Cut Your Losses
Secret#7: Get Face-to-Face with key Decision-Makers
Secret#8: Step Up-Tke Intelligent Chances, and Then Take Responsibility
Secret#10: Negotiate Tough; Negotiate Based on Your Negotiating Partner's Situation and
Personality; Understand that No Single Negotiating Strategy Is Perfect
“Crippled America," Donald Trump’s diagnosis of the nation’s woes, is the undisputed bestseller this year among books penned by presidential candidates. Consumers have bought more than 36,000 copies of the hardcover title so far in 2016, according to Nielsen, with total sales of 199,000 since the book went on sale last year. Overall, Trump has sold 240,000 copies of four books published or republished since last year.
Nielsen, which captures about 85% of all book sales, periodically releases figures for the presidential candidates, and the story this year seems to be much the same as in 2015. Republican Ben Carson, who has withdrawn from the race, is the top-selling candidate-author, with sales of at least 1.7 million on five different titles, according to Nielsen. But Carson couldn’t translate his literary popularity into votes.
Trump doesn’t have that problem, with his blunt assessment of a broken country resonating far and wide. Trump’s celebrity obviously helps with book sales, as does the entertainment factor inherent in the entire Trump spectacle. Trump's books blend populist political views with insights from the business world and the implied promise that readers can get rich like
Stronger Together, co-authored with her running mate Tim Kaine, shifted fewer than 3,000 copies in its first week of release – Ms Clinton's last book sold 85,000
Hillary Clinton’s latest book looks like a flop, at least compared to her previous publishing endeavours. The Democratic nominee’s new tome, Stronger Together, written with her running mate Tim Kaine and published on 6 September, has sold less than 3,000 copies in its first week on sale, according to Nielsen BookScan.
Mark R. Levin(Lawyer,NYT BestSeller Author,Radio Host):”Defeating Hillary Clinton, for family and country!”
Mark Reed Levin born September 21, 1957) is an American lawyer, author, and the host of American syndicated radio show The Mark Levin Show. Levin worked in the administration of President Ronald Reagan and was a chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese. He is president of the Landmark Legal Foundation, has authored six books("Men In Black", "Rescuing Sprite: A Dog Lover's Story of Joy and Anguish","Liberty and Tyranny, Ameritopia", "The Liberty Amendments", "Plunder and Deceit"), and contributes commentary to various media outlets such as National Review Online. On September 1, 2015, Levin was named Editor-in-Chief of Conservative Review.
Mr. Mark shared The Wall Street Journal article via his twitter:
"Donald Trump had two jobs at Wednesday night’s debate. Voters can thank him for getting at least one of them done.
Among the biggest tasks for any presidential candidate is painting a picture of what life will be like under his opponent. But Mr. Trump has been so overwhelmingly the focus of this race (what will he do next?) that
Wednesday night marked the end of the presidential debate season, but there were probably enough verbal jabs that will live in the memory of voters until Nov. 8 when American voters cast their ballots to elect the 45th president of the United States.
As was the case in the last two debates, GOP nominee Donald Trump generated the most activity on Twitter — @realDonaldTrump was the focus of 59 percent of #debate conversation compared to @HillaryClinton’s 41 percent. He also beat out Clinton for the top retweet of the debate, and it wasn’t even a tweet that originated during the debate, during the day Wednesday, or even during the year 2016.