Donald Trump is seeking to save his campaign from implosion by agreeing to meet with top Republican Party officials in Orlando says an unnamed campaign source published by dozens of reputable sources.
The meeting will take place at the Orlando Ritz Carlton and is being described as a “come to Jesus” moment for Trump’s campaign who internally are recognizing that the strength of Trump’s personality is not going to be enough for the faux-billionaire to win the presidential contest in November.
According to one source:
What’s bothering people on the campaign is that they feel like they’re doing all the right things, but they’re losing every news cycle to Hillary and there’s nothing they can do about it.
The gravitation towards the Republican National Committee for help this late stage in the game is undoubtedly strange, but so has been the entirety of Trump’s campaign. The Republican National Committee’s entire existence is to help candidates win office, but in doing so they also seek to obtain a certain element of control — something which Trump has resisted and spoken out against since he began his quest for The White House.
Yet the writing is on the wall for Trump. Al Cardenas, a former chairman of Florida’s Republican Party, said, “In Florida, usually by this time, we’d have 10 field offices set up, but right now, there is only one.”
How does Trump expect to win the presidency if he doesn’t have a proper ground game? It is just another example of naivety in politics, which is wonderful for anyone paying attention to this election. Any deficit which can be attributed to Trump’s potential victory, and one can only hope that this meeting in Orlando does not go well.