Lately, Donald Trump is complaining how the election is rigged because mainstream media are biased against him.
He loved it when media covered his rallies during the Republican primaries. His messages of being a Washington outsider who spoke his mind reached millions of audience members, and it didn't cost him a cent.
Trump will do very well in some places. He'll win several deep-red states. He'll get millions of votes. I hear Trump/Pence signs are all you see in some counties in downstate Illinois. That's why people like Gov. Bruce Rauner are so reluctant to denounce Trump and his outrageous comments, because Republicans need Trump supporters to vote for them.
After this election the media will still be biased, and so will most of its audience. Strategists on both sides will retreat to their corners and begin scheming about the best way to win over the 20 percent in the middle during the next election.
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