From The Hill
In a scathing editorial published Sunday evening, The Wall Street Journal declared that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s “window for a turnaround is closing.”
The paper’s editorial board declared the GOP nominee “has alienated his party and he isn’t running a competent campaign.”
It points to Trump’s poor polling numbers in swing states, as well as his lack of organization and ground game.
“Those who sold Mr. Trump to GOP voters as the man who could defeat Hillary Clinton now face a moment of truth,” the editorial board wrote, name-checking top Trump allies Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie, Rudy Giuliani and campaign manager Paul Manafort.
“If they can’t get Mr. Trump to change his act by Labor Day, the GOP will have no choice but to write off the nominee as hopeless and focus on salvaging the Senate and House and other down-ballot races,” the editorial board continued.
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