Donald Trump is doing all he can to take the spotlight off of the eight women who are making claims that he sexually molested them.
Today, Trump repeated his argument that the election is rigged against him. He complained that the liberal media is focused entirely on nailing him for sexual misconduct, and intentionally overlooking the revelations found within the damaging Clinton Campaign emails released by Wikileaks. “Looks to me like a rigged election,” Trump said at a rally in New Hampshire. “The election is being rigged by the liberal media to push outright lies to rig the election.”
He also returned to his claim that Hillary Clinton is physically unfit to be president. According to Trump, Hillary started the second debate on a high but ended on a low, thus, suggesting they both take a drug test before the third and final debate.
Trump wants there to be a drug test like the kind pro athletes are required to take before a game. “I think we should take a drug test. At the beginning of the last debate, she was all pumped up … but at the end she was….,” he told the crowd without finishing his sentence. “Anyway I’m willing to do it.”
Trump does have a point when it comes to the media working against him. The screenshots below were taken today at 6pm EDT. Each of the big 3 broadcasters — ABC, NBC, and CBS — fail to mention Wikileaks in the main space on their respective websites.
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