Trump Needs To ‘Show Compassion’ And ‘Project Strength,’ Says Super PAC Chief

Adrian Ovalle

Donald Trump remains in difficulty this election unless he significantly changes his message, cautioned the head of a prominent super PAC supporting the president’s reelection.

The Trump campaign is “adrift,” Ed Rollins, chairman of the Great America PAC, informed The Hill in an interview. Its warm message is stuck in the past, he cautioned.

Trump’s “message is weak or nonexistent,” stated Rollins, who was Ronald Reagan’s campaign director in1984 “The rambling on about [Joe] Biden and [Nancy] Pelosi or [Hillary] Clinton and [Barack] Obama is exhausted and old. This needs to be about the future, not the past.”

Trump “needs to show compassion, which he hasn’t, and project strength by doing what Reagan, [Margaret] Thatcher and [Winston] Churchill finished with strong speeches– not macho bullshit however thoughtful options to severe issues,” Rollins stated. “Make people be interested in what [Democrats] can do with overall control of the federal government: House, Senate and the White House.”

Rollins’s tips come as Trump’s survey numbers continue to drop, in task approval, versus Biden and even amongst Republicans.

He last weighed in after Trump’s dull rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, welcomed by terrific swaths of empty seats at the BOK.

Rollins explained Trump’s two-hour speech in Tulsa as “rambling.”

The event was a “disaster, and I think the reality is that it’s not a good way to start a general election campaign,” Rollins informed The Daily Monster.

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