When Donald Trump's handlers advised him to announce an across-the-board ban on Muslims entering the nation, they knew, of course, the statement would produce a media firestorm.
Translated into Donaldtrumpese, that means "hyuuuuuge media attention;" just the thing the Trumpster needs to stay ahead of the pack.
Unwittingly helping the presidential contender keep his name on front pages of the nation's dwindling newspapers and atop burgeoning websites is the mayor of St. Petersburg Fla.
St. Pete Mayor Rick Kriseman chided the candidate by announcing Donald Trump would be banned from entering his city "until we fully understand the dangerous threat posed by all Trumps,"
Besides a dull sense of humor, Kriseman reveals that Democrats also possess a lack of PR savvy.
A visual scan of the news feed on my Facebook account reveals that about nine of ten posts made by major media outlets contain the name "Trump."
How is no one figuring this out?
I don't know who handles Trump's public relations operations, but they obviously cream-of-the-crop in their field.
Can't wait to see what they come up with next.
Take note: Donald Trump doesn't make mistakes. He makes headlines.
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