Conway and Bannon: Trump made the right moves

Donald Trump has appointed Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway to run his campaign.

Conway, as manager of the campaign, should help Trump appeal to women and also conservatives.  She worked for Ted Cruz.

Bannon has an interesting background.  He  served in the Navy as an officer, has a Harvard MBA, worked at Goldman Sachs, and ran Breitbart News since 2012.  The  media  refers to him as a "street fighter" and "very conservative" and seems upset that Trump has hired him.

The media prefers that Trump run a "gentlemanly" campaign as did Romney, McCain, and Dole, all of whom lost.  It is okay for Democrats to lie that Romney did not pay his taxes, that Romney was mean to his dog, and that Romney was responsible for the death of an employee.  And it is okay for Candy Crowley to run interference for Obama during the debates.  The Republicans are supposed to  shrug it off and not respond, which the media terms presidential.

The media also believes it was presidential for McCain not to bring up Obama's association with Reverend Wright, and for Dole not to criticize Bill Clinton on his sexual harassment history.

What the media and Democrats call presidential is for the Republicans to act like a punching bag and not fight back.  Trump fights back. 

By appointing Bannon, Trump is telling us he will attack Hillary.  He has to attack Hillary and tie her to the failed policies of Obama, and to her "husband" Bill Clinton. 

Trump knows he has to attack Hillary because the Democrats are attacking him to try to destroy him.  He has to in order to win.  Fortunately, Hillary offers much material to attack, such as Benghazi, the emails, her role in Obamacare, selling pardons while co-president, covering up the sexual harassment of Bill and the rape of Juanita Broaddrick, and much more. 

George H.W. Bush had Lee Atwater, who went after Dukakis, and Bill Clinton had James Carville and Paul Begala to attack George H.W. Bush.  Bannon seems to be an aggressive partisan in the mold of Atwater, Carville, and Begala, which is what we need to win.

Bannon, with his experience in films and at Breitbart News, should help focus and sharpen the attacks on Hillary, and also clarify and push Trump's key issues of national security, immigration, and the economy.

Donald Trump has appointed Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway to run his campaign.

Conway, as manager of the campaign, should help Trump appeal to women and also conservatives.  She worked for Ted Cruz.

Bannon has an interesting background.  He  served in the Navy as an officer, has a Harvard MBA, worked at Goldman Sachs, and ran Breitbart News since 2012.  The  media  refers to him as a "street fighter" and "very conservative" and seems upset that Trump has hired him.

The media prefers that Trump run a "gentlemanly" campaign as did Romney, McCain, and Dole, all of whom lost.  It is okay for Democrats to lie that Romney did not pay his taxes, that Romney was mean to his dog, and that Romney was responsible for the death of an employee.  And it is okay for Candy Crowley to run interference for Obama during the debates.  The Republicans are supposed to  shrug it off and not respond, which the media terms presidential.

The media also believes it was presidential for McCain not to bring up Obama's association with Reverend Wright, and for Dole not to criticize Bill Clinton on his sexual harassment history.

What the media and Democrats call presidential is for the Republicans to act like a punching bag and not fight back.  Trump fights back. 

By appointing Bannon, Trump is telling us he will attack Hillary.  He has to attack Hillary and tie her to the failed policies of Obama, and to her "husband" Bill Clinton. 

Trump knows he has to attack Hillary because the Democrats are attacking him to try to destroy him.  He has to in order to win.  Fortunately, Hillary offers much material to attack, such as Benghazi, the emails, her role in Obamacare, selling pardons while co-president, covering up the sexual harassment of Bill and the rape of Juanita Broaddrick, and much more. 

George H.W. Bush had Lee Atwater, who went after Dukakis, and Bill Clinton had James Carville and Paul Begala to attack George H.W. Bush.  Bannon seems to be an aggressive partisan in the mold of Atwater, Carville, and Begala, which is what we need to win.

Bannon, with his experience in films and at Breitbart News, should help focus and sharpen the attacks on Hillary, and also clarify and push Trump's key issues of national security, immigration, and the economy.