Roginsky: Trump Needs to Stop Talking About the Sexual Allegations
Donald Trump desperately needs to change the subject of the presidential campaign right now, according to Democratic strategist Julie Roginsky.
With the latest polls trending toward Hillary Clinton and some pollsters forecasting a significant Clinton win, Roginsky advised that Trump stop blaming the media and move the discussion away from his alleged sexual misconduct.
"He's sitting here reinforcing it. The reason the media is covering it is because he keeps bringing it up," said Roginsky, who earlier stated that "if you're going after the media, you have lost."
She explained that Clinton is prepping very hard for next week's final debate while Trump is on the defensive over allegations from several women who claim he groped them and made unwanted advances.
Roginsky said Trump should go on a lighter daytime talk show, like Clinton did with Ellen DeGeneres yesterday,
"He needs to get women to look at him as something other than a predator, which is how they're looking at him right now," said Roginsky.
Katherine Timpf that it'd definitely be a good strategy for Trump as a way to possibly improve his standing with female voters, with whom he trails by 19 points in the latest Fox News poll.
Pete Hegseth said Clinton might take her lead for granted in the final weeks and that Trump may be able to stage a comeback if he "gets his message on track."
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