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TRUMP TEAM TAKES TRIPLE GOLDS THIS WEEK|
First, Bannon's answer to the attacks on his allowing Alt-Right proponents to post on his Breitbart.com was probably the best - silence - since he is not running for office, and so as not to allow the Clinton camp to make hay out of his own problems to smear Trump with.
Second, Trump turned the table on Clinton by accusing her of accusing ALL of his supporters as "racists", which he condemned as "shameful" - because it is simply not true.
Third, Pence used an example of the father of the mass killer of Orlando sitting behind Clinton during her speech in Florida, saying that having an undesirable supporter does not mean the candidate supports undesirable ideas.
Fourth, Kellyanne Conway made a perfect pitch for Trump when she was being grilled by Chris Wallace, by focusing on Trump's strengths and Clinton's weaknesses, even when a rhetorical question was thrown at her by Wallace, asking how many times Trump had visited inner cities, and when she saw the obvious defense in saying she did not know, Wallace had to admit it was not a question after all, when he said "None". A rhetorical question is a statement, and betrays Wallace's bias against Trump, in this regard at least. Her answer was clear and credible - the Trump campaign is planning more speeches and town hall meetings with inner city black communities - brushing aside a non sequitur, so what if Trump did not talk about the poverty of black communities, without saying it to rebut the anchor, a very wise move, because after all, Wallace is reading from a script, not running for President against Trump. Arguing against Wallace to prove him wrong, even if successful, would be a Pyrrhic victory.
No wonder Gingrich, Cruz and Pence all have hired her before for their own campaigns. She could even run for President herself one day, and win.