Donald Trump is continuing his strategy of personal attacks and the low blows. To him, civil tones, the presentation of positions based on arguments and competition based on merits are all foreign ideas, as shown once again Wednesday night in Las Vegas, during the last televised debate with Clinton, and again Friday at a charity dinner.
Moving on, the fight will continue at a distance, from now to the vote. The more reason why the Donald can only continue on the path of escalating conflict. Does he have any chance to climb back in the polls? Polls are relentlessly negative for the New York magnate. A strong and growing gap is separating him from his Democratic rival. The surveys before the last debate were worse for him than those that preceded the first and second duels.
And even those hot polls conducted by CNN immediately after the confrontation in Las Vegas indicated that this time Hillary prevailed again. If the elections were held tomorrow, in short, Trump would be a goner; Hillary would win in a landslide. Her victory would push the Democratic Party with her, allowing her to wrest a majority in both houses of Congress from the Republican Party.