Why Trump wins even if he loses

It all comes down to tomorrow.


If Trump wins he will be president. If he doesn’t win, well, he wins anyway. He is a businessman who will have come out way ahead. He went into the race with a 63% name recognition factor and comes out with 99%. He had a measurable brand loyalty of 8% but comes out with 44%. Not bad.

For me, as someone who loves and studies history this has been a wonderful and humbling experience following the action this election cycle.

In the next two days I will be making six appearances on three television networks. I will try to keep family and friends apprised of hit times by Twitter.

Here was an appearance on Sunday morning.

The closest elections in modern history.


Published by Doug Wead

Doug Wead is a New York Times bestselling author whose latest book, Game of Thorns, is about the Trump-Clinton 2016 election. He served as an adviser to two American presidents and was a special assistant to the president in the George H.W. Bush White House.

3 thoughts on “Why Trump wins even if he loses

  1. I think we’re going to be looking at a winning by not winning scenario and then moving on to capitalize on that 99% name recognition by launching Trump TV with Steve Bannon. I agree with you Doug; he wins. But I’m sure not looking forward to Trump TV and I find it hard to imagine how he’s going to be good for the promotion of genuine conservative or libertarian ideas. But I think he will likely do very well for Donald Trump. Not a fan (…of his) but you on the other hand? Doug, if I’m not your biggest fan, I’m certainly one of them.

  2. I had written in a comment here many moons ago that Donald Trump was ‘An intentional false-flag distraction planted by the Deep State’ in order to hand Hitlery her presidency….by intentionally having him choke in general election. CLEARLY, I WAS WRONG & he did in fact intend to win from the beginning. (Unlike Ron Paul, who didn’t really intend to win, but his main goal was to wake up as many people as he could with his campaign of ideas.)

    My biggest regret is that Ron Paul could never overcome bias of mainstream PROPAGANDIST PRESSTITUTES & RNC machinery, in the same manner that Trump managed to do. Ron Paul would’ve been a billion times better president than Trump ever will. Looking at the horrible manner in which entire establishment including DNC treated Trump during general election tells me: Even if Ron Paul were to magically clinch 2012 nomination vs Romney, establishment would’ve destroyed him even worse during general election against MonsantObama. The deck was absurdly stacked against him. In that regard, I suppose Ron Paul did achieve his objective. (Notwithstanding the side-effect of few parasites like Jesse Benton who had internal harmful effects of that exercise. But I suppose, in a grand scheme things such parasitic behaviors – which pale in comparison to Hitlery camp’s corruptions – are bound to happen in any successful political operation, to be statistically planned for as collateral damage.)

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