Trump only has one interest - to win the presidential election on November 8th. This is what Republican nominee Donald Trump told a Cincinnati radio station in response to the rumors that he wants to launch a media venture.
“No, I have no interest in Trump TV,” he said during the interview, which was broadcast Tuesday morning. “I hear it all over the place. I have a tremendous fan base, we have a tremendous base. We have the most incredible people, but I just don’t have any interest in that.”
In response to the rumors that he might launch a news network after the election, his campaign CEO Steve Bannon responded, “Trump is an entrepreneur". This leaves us with the idea that it could be a possibility for Trump after the election, if he doesn’t win.
Trump’s campaign launched a 30-minute show on Monday that was shown on Trump’s Facebook page. The live show is scheduled to be on Facebook every weeknight up until Election Day. Similar to a pre- and post-debate live show, the videos are a way for Trump supporters to have alternate channels to receiving Trump’s message, as opposed to mainstream media.
Trump has recently blamed the media for conspiring against him and taking part in a “rigged” election.
In response to his Facebook videos:
#TrumpTV6PM: How To Buy A Wife7PM: How To Fail at EVERYTHING8PM: Sexual Enabler Hour w/Melania9PM: How To Divorce A Fake Billionaire— Thrilling (@burdentruth) October 17, 2016
It shows you the kind of business acumen Trump has when he's launching #TrumpTV as millions are still cutting their cable subscriptions.— Lanipahorror (@Lanipator) October 17, 2016
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