Lisa "Kennedy" Montgomery, host of "Kennedy" On Fox Business and frequent guest on "Outnumbered" made a hilarious pitch to Donald Trump right before he gave his economics speech in Detroit, MI., on Monday
She begged him to stop being his own worst enemy and letting her win!
As usual, Julie Roginski was right on when she said that every day is the day that Trump is supposed to course correct and said, "We keep having this discussion on the couch, I think once a week if not more often, about how this is it — ‘This is the Trump pivot. This is gonna be the day that he focuses on substance."
Melissa Francis cut in and said, "This is the forty seventh time he's done it."
Roginski continued, "He's fundamentally incapable of doing that...he's not going to run with that message. Something is going to happen tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, three days from now, somebody's going to look at him the wrong way, he's going to go off the deep end."
Kennedy then said, "he's his own worst enemy. Julie's right about that. If he would be quiet, get out of the way and lay out a logical economic plan which he's reportedly about to do, that's a win for him."
She continued, "But he keeps letting her win. If he would let her lose, he could make it much easier for himself."
The advice keeps pouring in for Donald Trump from the Republican faithful. "Stop acting like a horse's ass and letting her [Clinton] win, Donald.'
You know, the Hillary campaign has had something to do with Trump's downward spiral; it's not just him. But he is not a rational person and that's heldp loads...
I laugh when I see these pleas to Trump from the right to become something he's not. Trump won the GOP primaries by being a blowhard, bully and a jerk with cretinous ideas.
That's not going to change.
Kennedy echoed Jedediah Bila's feelings from last week when she said:
" He needs to stop saying dumb stuff!" People feel he's every-man. He represents me in some ways, but I'm not fit to be President of the United States, and maybe he isn't either. He's going to have to convince...people that he's not only somehow, competent, but there is a component of him that is Presidential. When he's dealing with world leaders, that we don't have to worry about what he's gonna tweet, and what he's gonna say. When you become President, it's just different. You're no longer a reality TV star, and you're no longer a political commentator, you're President of the United States, and those words have consequences.
Is he fit for the job? I don't know."