Soltis Anderson: Trump Campaign Shake-up May Be a ‘Last Gasp’
SOLTIS ANDERSON: "I think it’s not necessarily about did he go far enough, but can he sustain it? I mean if you think of Donald Trump a little bit like a shopping cart with kind of a broken wheel where it keeps wanting to veer off course a little bit, the question is, can he fix the shopping cart or is this just a week where he’s been trying not to knock over the displays in the store? I think it’s going to take more than just one good week. I think it’s going to have to take a lot of good weeks all the way through November in order to win back the trust and voters who are concerned, who don’t like Hillary Clinton. As Jamal mentioned, I mean her numbers are very soft. There are a lot of voters looking at this election in disgust. They’re looking for some ray of hope, some reason to vote for someone. Donald Trump’s running out of time, but by making the switch up at the top of his campaign, it may sort of a last gasp of an attempt to do so."