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Lou Dobbs: ‘Nonsense’ narrative Trump might
quit 2020 race is nothing but left-wing media
‘claptrap’

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Posted By: ladydawgfan, 6/30/2020 10:11:31 PM

Fox Business anchor Lou Dobbs dismissed speculation that President Donald Trump could possibly drop out of the 2020 race if there isn’t a reversal in his polling numbers. Dobbs called out the “claptrap” circulating about the president during Monday’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight” as he spoke with Trump campaign senior legal adviser Jenna Ellis. [Video] Remarking initially about how Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale “has created a bit of a kerfuffle,” Dobbs noted that he is still “safe in his job” and went on to acknowledge that the “campaign looks a little uneven from day-to-day.” Parscale came under criticism after an underwhelming turnout in Tulsa, Oklahoma

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If President Trump were a quitter, he would have dropped out in 2016 when told that the polls gave Hagzilla McThunderthighs a 97% chance of winning the election!!

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Reply 1 - Posted by: DVC 6/30/2020 10:17:44 PM (No. 462478)
Dobbs is, as usual, right on the money....and the facts.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: marlon 7/1/2020 12:15:54 AM (No. 462541)
Please don't get rid of Parscal.. I think he's a genius. I think he understands the left and how they operate better than anyone in campaigns today. That insight is invaluable.
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