How to Beat Trump in the Next Debate
The October 28th CNBC Republican debate is fast approaching with the “Prime Time” candidates taking the stage.
Already, people like Mark Halperin from Bloomberg are saying Clinton will win. In my view, Republicans are likely to lose the 2016 Presidential election unless they provide a clear vision of hope and growth for the future.
Since I’m in the communications strategy and analysis business, I thought it would be helpful to voters to see the policies of each candidate and how the opposition in a speech/debate could attack them.
Whether you are a Bush, Rubio, Carson or Trump supporter, you should know what your candidate’s key positions are and the problems associated with them.
Today, we’ll start with the presumptive national frontrunner Donald Trump. Since it’s CNBC, we’ll focus on the economic and growth issues.
Here’s the script:
Every one knows Trump from his reality TV show “The Apprentice” where he gets to say “You’re Fired.”
People love the attitude, but haven’t thought about his agenda or what he would actually do in office.
This is exactly what happened in 2008.
The Apprentice reality star is in reality Obama in Trump clothing.
You want Trump, he tells you he’ll fix healthcare without providing the details just like Obama.
You want Trump; he raises taxes without reforming government spending just like Obama.
You want Trump; his tax reform plan creates a massive $12 trillion in debt similar to the explosion in debt under Obama.
You want Trump, but you get Obama.
My plan would be to help every American by getting back to what we do in this country: work hard, take risks, and create jobs.
We need to get America working again by taking away obstacles to growth in our tax code.
We need to get America working again by removing hurdles of red tape from regulations.
We need to get America working again by providing the incentives to invest in America.
Our country needs serious ideas and strong leadership to deal with the problems we’re facing.
This is a time to say, “You’re hired” not “You’re Fired.”
As a follow-up to this, everyone should go to www.taxfoundation.org and look a their analysis of the different tax plans by all the candidates. Tax Foundation is a nonpartisan think tank and they have models to test all the different tax proposals put out by both Republicans and Democrats.
For fun, I’ll kick out ways to attack the other candidates over the coming weeks and months.
Originally posted on Andrew Busch’s Website.
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