On the campaign trail, nothing is coincidental.
As the old saying goes, “Politics is show business for ugly people.” And true to form, the ugly, shady characters involved stage every moment as if it were a big-budget Hollywood production.
From “candid,” emotional conversations between candidates and struggling American everymen to the seemingly packed rooms at every “impromptu” diner visit and speaking engagement along the way, a great campaign is a story intended to make you feel something strongly and vote accordingly.
So, when anonymous allegations of apathetic, unpatriotic behavior just so happen to surface around a candidate in the closing months of the campaign — only to be followed by a viral advertisement on the topic hours later — it should probably raise a few eyebrows.
Within 24 hours of a controversial Thursday report from The Atlantic alleging President Donald Trump privately disparaged fallen U.S. troops as “losers” and “suckers,”