New Debate Strategy for Donald Trump: Practice, Practice, Practice

Advisers plan to more rigorously prepare him for his next debate with Hillary Clinton, but whether he is open to meticulous preparation is a major concern.

The New York Times has an interesting article about the difficulties in preparing Donald Trump for a debate. But they don’t lay out a roadmap.

Thus the Bitemaster must step into the breach:

The Bitemaster’s strategy for Trump to win the next debate:

  1. Ask African-Americans whether decades of the Clinton Democratic policies have made their lives better.
  2. Ask working people whether decades of the Clinton Democratic policies have made their lives better.
  3. Ask Hispanics if the Clinton Democrats support or undermine family values.
  4. Ask every religious American if the Clinton Democrats have made it harder for them to practice their religion freely.
  5. Ask patriotic Americans if Clinton, Obama, and the Democrats can be relied upon to protect our country.
  6. Ask Hillary if it’s true she once burned an American flag.
  7. Ask Hillary to come clean about her paid speeches to Goldman Sachs and other banks.
  8. Tie Hillary to her husband’s signing of the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act which was a gift to the big banks.
  9. Demand that Hillary say where she stands on Dodd-Frank — does it go too far, or not far enough.
  10. Explain how Bill Clinton’s housing policies led to the housing bubble and subsequent subprime mortgage collapse.
  11. Demand that Hillary explain Bil’s pardon of Marc Rich and Hugh Rodham’s involvement.
  12. Make Hillary explain the US payoff of $131.8 million to Iran in 1996.
  13. If Hillary mentions Trump University, hit back with her husband’s ties to Laureate International Universities.
  14. Pell grants have left us with $1 trillion of loans that will never be paid back to the Treasury as well as our highest college tuitions in history. Still, Hillary wants to throw another $350 billion at the problem — which will only make it worse.
  15. On the other hand, Bill Clinton signed the bill that took away Pell grants from anyone incarcerated in a federal or state prison. Does Hillary agree?
  16. Don’t talk about specific women — at all.

Source: New Debate Strategy for Donald Trump: Practice, Practice, Practice – The New York Times

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