The Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke during the campaign rally at South Florida Expo Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. Trump said that the media has resulted into unethical and corrupt ways and at the core of the media’s agenda is the scheme to elect the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton; Trump expressed his disgust with the New York Times as he made it clear that he was going to sue The American Daily Newspaper.
Trump emphasized that the accusations laid forward against him in the New York Times Article by the two women claiming he touched them were vague, false, and totally inappropriate. Trump also added that he had adequate evidence to defend himself against the false claims.
The article surfaced on Wednesday just a few days after the audio recording of Trump’s lewd comments from back in 2005. Trump said that the corporate media is corrupt and only intends to enrich itself.
“Because I used to be part of the club, I’m the only one that can fix it,” Trump said. “I’m doing this for the people and for the movement and we will take back this country for you and we will make America great again.”
In the rally held at South Florida Fair Expo Center, numerous supporters yelled several times when Rudy Giuliani, the former New York City Mayor highlighted the media. This took a different turn when Trump mentioned the media; the thousands of supporters booed at the reporters who were present in the event.
HILLARY CLINTON’S LEAKED EMAILS
The Republican nominee Donald Trump condemned John Podesta the campaign manager for Clinton citing the leaked emails that clearly exposed Donna Brazile proposing a question in advance for the CNN town hall.
Donald Trump also exposed Hillary Clinton saying that she had veto powers over the New York Times quotes that related to her. Trump’s statement referred to an email whereby a New York Times reporter was asking Clinton’s communications director whether to use the quotes from a previous conversation.
Although Hillary Clinton appears to have an advantage amongst the minorities, Donald Trump raised the issue of police shooting among the black community and he also mentioned that the education system in the inner cities required serious attention.