How much of a problem is Donald Trump’s money problem?
The Hill reports:
Trump’s figures are more in line with a Senate or House candidate than a presidential nominee, and would put him behind not only Clinton but Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders, who were runners-up in their respective primaries.
This is a very strange election season. Things that have historically been of great importance in an election process suddenly have not. Many surprises have emerged.
Some questions to keep in mind as the process unfolds…
Does money still hold the election power it used to?
Does a big financial disadvantage necessarily destroy a national campaign?
Will Trump’s numbers improve? What would need to happen to facilitate that?
They say money talks. You say what?