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"Trump's Plan To Steal The Nomination: 25 easy steps (give or take a couple dozen)

Updated on March 12, 2016

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How Trump IntendsTo Steal The GOP Presidential Nomination in 25 easy steps

The Trump Way ( not the right way) or

LIES and TRUTH ARE INTERCHANGEABLE

25 Easy Steps

by Donald Trump

Trump’s “The Art of the Deal” reached the top of the NY Times best-seller list where it remained for almost a year. But after watching his campaign in action, should The Donald win the GOP nomination, will his tactics become the new normal for future generations of politicians? Will his unorthodox and narcistic ways be studied and incorporated into the standard procedures of future campaigns?

The 25 steps listed below seem at least for the moment to be working for Trump; but are they the roadmap for how we elect future presidents. God help us if they are.



How To Steal A GOP Presidential Nomination in 25 easy steps

  1. keep repeating a lie often enough, and people will believe it.

  2. Keep telling the world how wonderful and great you are

  3. If accused of wrongdoing, shift the blame to the accuser

  4. Deny everything: It’s never your fault

  5. Any position is defensible as long as someone believes you

  6. There is always a way around the truth or a lie

  7. Use your reputation as a litigator to defend your lies

  8. The more preposterous your claim, the bigger the headlines

  9. Take advantage of the ignorance of your supporters

  10. There are no friends in politics - so backstabbing is good

  11. Find fault in everyone, then aggressively expose that fault, real or imagined to the world. Truth doesn't matter

  12. Don’t be afraid of insulting or hurting someone's feelings

  13. Threaten legal action against critics and most will back off

  14. The bigger the story, the larger the headline.

  15. Always twist a story to fit your beliefs .. even if the story is false

  16. Deny any and all wrongdoing

  17. Become the Teflon Candidate: Accept no blame and twist the truth

  18. Use public dissatisfaction to your advantage.

  19. Wackos attract lots of weirdos

  20. Say whatever people want to hear

  21. Never worry about fulfilling campaign promises

  22. Wrong is Right

  23. Snarl often and belittle opponents

  24. Racism is good

    25. Learn a couple bible passages. Praise the NRA and Slam Obama

Trump's Latest Tactics

Here's some of trumps strategy:

Issue the most outllandish statements or make the nastiest assertions and most ridiculous claims or come up with the most possible plan of action to stir up opponrnts, then deny or change your position the next time you face the press. The more horrendous or controversial the better. Your followers are not the sharpest knives in the drawer and will remember everyhing you say but forget your retractions. According to Donald, truth is not the issue. only the statements are.

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    • Kramar profile imageAUTHOR

      Snarky Babbler 

      2 years ago from USA

      Excuse my error, I meant to say litigious not litigator

      Use your reputation as a litigator to defend your lies

      ---------- Trump is not a litigator. Even politicians that are lawyers, didn't necessarily ever litigate.

    • Kramar profile imageAUTHOR

      Snarky Babbler 

      2 years ago from USA

      no problem, especially now that Sarah Palin has joined the team. Now this circus has two rings

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      bradmasterOCcal 

      2 years ago from Orange County California

      How To Steal A GOP Presidential Nomination in 25 easy steps

      If you repeat a lie often enough, people will believe it.

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians?

      Keep telling the world how wonderful and great you are

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians?

      If accused of wrongdoing, shift the blame to the accuser

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians?

      Deny everything: It’s never your fault

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians?

      Any position is defensible as long as someone believes you

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians?

      There is always a way around the truth or a lie

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians? Bill Clinton even told us that he didn't have sex with ML.

      Use your reputation as a litigator to defend your lies

      ---------- Trump is not a litigator. Even politicians that are lawyers, didn't necessarily ever litigate.

      The more preposterous your claim, the bigger the headlines

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians?

      Take advantage of the ignorance of your supporters

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians?

      There are no friends in politics - so backstabbing is good

      .............. What friends did Trump backstab???

      Find fault in everyone, then aggressively expose that fault, real or imagined to the world. Truth doesn't matter

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians?

      Don’t be afraid of insulting or hurting someone's feelings

      .............. Truth is truth, and it hurts people, so what.

      Threaten legal action against critics and most will back off

      .............. Isn't it possible that the legal action has a basis in fact?

      The bigger the story, the larger the headline.

      ............. Now you are repeating.

      Always twist a story to fit your beliefs .. even if the story is false

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians?

      Deny any and all wrongdoing

      ---------- The Clintons have a copyright on this one.

      Become the Teflon Candidate: Accept no blame and twist the truth

      .............. Again this is copyrighted by the Clintons.

      Use public dissatisfaction to your advantage.

      .............. Isn't the reason for public dissatisfaction a basis of a political platform. It addresses the wishes of the people, something that we have see very little in execution in the past 60 years by either party or their candidates.

      Wackos attract lots of weirdos

      ................ This needs some more detail, and a context.

      Say whatever people want to hear

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians?

      Never worry about fulfilling campaign promises

      ---------- You don't think this might be ubiquitous to all politicians?

      Wrong is Right

      ............ Needs more detail and a context.

      Snarl often and belittle opponents

      ........... Rewording doesn't make statements less repetitious..

      Racism is good

      ........... Needs more detail and context.

      25. Learn a couple bible passages. Praise the NRA and Slam Obama

      .......... So what is the problem, it seems reasonable true.

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