Is the RNC convincing undecided voters to support Trump? | The Tylt
Political conventions are essentially commercials for their candidates. Is the Republican National Convention succeeding at selling Trump and his agenda to undecided voters? Though he got more than 11 million votes in the Republican primary, Trump has to connect with people outside of his base if he wants to win in November.
Is the #RNCSellingIt? Or is the #RNCFlopping? Vote—and check out evidence for both sides of the argument below!
Is the RNC convincing undecided voters to support Trump?
The RNC is, so far, succeeding only in making me wonder where on Earth I have settled, and when the angry mob will arrive with pitchforks.— Herbert Wolverson (@herberticus) July 19, 2016
It's really hard to watch this RNC convention because they are because they are just selling fear so far— Desmond Kwentua (@Desboi99) July 19, 2016
Looks like the media lied months ago about the delegate count too. Trump is now at 1,517 and still not done with roll call.— Victor Breaux |MAGA (@victorbreaux) July 19, 2016
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