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Progressive Groups Betting Trump’s Briefings Will Be Left’s ‘Greatest Ammunition’

Progressive groups which might be spending millions to define President Donald Trump as an unskilled ignoramus and egomaniac during often the coronavirus crisis are betting which will Trump’s own words at the press briefings will be their “greatest ammunition,” according to a Monday Washington Post report.

As Trump uses the daily briefings to help run circles around an inefficient and clueless legacy media which will still seem to be caught in the 2000s, the coronavirus, according to a recent Mother Jones report, “made it clear to progressive operatives and advocates that they had an immediate role to play, and that they could make a big difference by launching ad campaigns that define Trump on the election’s new and biggest question.”

According to often the Post, Trump’s “marathon” briefing sessions just give progressive groups more bullets because “all of Trump’s performances are scooped up by Democratic super PACs — which employ entire teams dedicated to watching the president and logging his various comments. The most damning sound bites have begun to form the drumbeat of the November election.”

Priorities USA provides reportedly spent $7. 5 thousand in ads in battleground declares accommodating win over “persuadable voters who sided with President Barack Obama in 2012 and then backed Trump, or those who chose Mitt Romney in 2012 and then Hillary Clinton.” Other groups like Protect Our Care and Pacronym have also tested out to define Trump to arr¨ºters now when nearly most of the state is under stay-at-home orders.

Guy Cecil, chairman of Priorities USA, told the Post: “It’s important when you have a president who’s literally just lying, misinforming, mismanaging, that you use the president’s own words.”

The collection is trying to convince arr¨ºters that Americans “are in this position now because the administration didn’t take it seriously.”

“We could run a 10-minute ad every hour, and still not scratch the surface of how the president has misinformed people and sent contradictory messages,” Cecil told the Post.

Last week, as Mother Jones observed, Priorities USA Action started managing ads in “the swing states of Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin” that “splices clips of Trump downplaying the crisis with a growing chart showing the rising number of infections in the United States.” After the Trump campaign given a cease and desist correspondence, the girls doubled down and placed up an updated ad throughout Arizona.

Mother Jones also reported that the Protect Our Care group reportedly right away set up a “Coronavirus War Room,” which in turn is now serving as “messaging hub meant to hold Trump accountable for the ways he has made the crisis worse” and “acting as a messaging clearinghouse for other groups.” Protect Our Care’s Brad Woodhouse told the store that some of the communications that progressives groups are forcing include: “He screwed it up from the beginning, he hasn’t learned from his mistakes, he’s downplayed the crisis, he doesn’t listen to experts, and that continues to make the crisis worse.”

“You can’t wait until October to tell the American people about how roundly he screwed this up,”  Woodhouse reportedly added.

Other progressive super PACs, in accordance to the Mother Jones statement, immediately started to “run advertisements on Facebook and on television to hammer this message” while Trump started dominating the concile and cable outlets continued to help, usually, air them live.

Pacronyn, for instance, is reportedly shelling out “$2.5 million through April on Facebook ads” in battleground states to help educate voters about “how the Trump administration’s chaos and incompetence have weakened the nation’s ability to respond to the coronavirus crisis.”

Jesse Ferguson, a Democratic strategist, informed Mother Jones that “voters have deep concern about the character flaws of Donald Trump” mainly because “they identify that he’s selfish, that he’s dishonest, and that he’s chaotic.”

“But up until now, those flaws have never had a cost. Up until now people wrote those flaws off as ‘He tweets too much.’ Now, the fundamental character flaws of Donald Trump are having real consequences,” Ferguson reportedly mentioned. “That more than anything else may be his undoing.”
But progressive groups could possibly be spending millions how to define Trump because Trump never implodes including the left-wing groups always consider he will after every “crisis.”

“One thing has been clear from the last five years of Trump, which is that he has enough right-wing information channels that even when we think he will implode, he rarely does,” Ferguson reportedly  added. “They’re gonna want to crown him the King of Corona like Eisenhower was after D-Day no matter what happens.”


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