Why Is Trump’s Son-in-Law Discussing Creating a Trump Television Network?
If you point out the obvious — that Donald Trump is losing this presidential race, and he’s on track to lose it by a wide margin, and that most of the damage his effort has sustained since early September is self-inflicted — Trump fans, both high and low, go apoplectic. You’re accused of rooting for Hillary. You’re accused of gloating. You’re accused of playing a role in helping “rig” the election — because all the polls are rigged, except the ones showing him ahead. You’re accused of counting your chickens before they hatch. You foolishly ignore a crowd of 18,000 to 20,000 at a Trump rally in Panama Beach, Florida — surely, that crowd indicates how the nearly 8.5 million likely voters in the state will decide in November.
If, as these Trump fans insist, his victory is likely, if not completely assured, and Hillary Clinton’s only chance is a vast conspiracy encompassing every pollster and media outlet, why is Trump looking at setting up a television network?