Trump Shakes Up Campaign in Fear of Getting Too Soft!

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If people take anything away from this year’s US presidential campaign it will be that this election is without a doubt one of the most interesting elections in the history of America. One of the main reasons for that is, come November, we may either have the first ever female President in the White House, or Donald Trump, the wild card that nobody thought would ever make it this far. Well, they’ve been wrong!

Trump’s call-it-as-I-see-it demeanor is what has gotten people talking about the US elections even more so than ever before, and we’re still months away from the elections. Part of the reason for this is Trump has no filter when it comes to speaking his mind, which in some cases, brushes off people the wrong way. But, on the flip side, it is this quality that people both in the US and elsewhere in the world have found refreshing. Finally, we have someone who goes up on stage and speaks his mind.

That being said, the recent shakeup in his campaign team is what has made headlines once again. According to Trump, one of the reasons why he could lose is, because he’s gotten too soft. And what better way to shake things up than by hiring a new campaign chief executive.

Trump announced of his new campaign chief executive, Stephen Bannon, who until now, has quite a following of his own as the executive chairman of Breitbart News, the conspiratorial far right website. And that’s not all, Trump’s new campaign manager Kellyanne Conway is also a veteran strategist, and has a history of inflammatory remarks of her own. Bannon is a former navy officer, investment banker at Goldman Sachs and producer of right wing documentaries, is now head of the Trump campaign, and it will be interesting to see what this bomb throwing, bare knuckles brawler has in store for the opposition. Recently, new reports of Hillary’s emails have resurfaced, leading many to believe that one of these days, Hillary will get what she deserves for possibly leaking government secrets to the enemy. But, until then, we have the new campaign chief executive, Stephen Bannon to face the onslaught of criticism towards Trump and give a few gloves-off blows to the Democrats as well. Something tells us the coming months are going to be very interesting indeed.


Delilah is 31 years old from Toronto Canada and has a conservative view on politics, she lives on the road following big names in politics, she has come upon us with many years writing experience, in her early years she has been all over Europe back-packing and had the "adventure of a lifetime" before settling down to write news on Canadian and World politics.