After Donald Trump is defeated, darkness befalls the billionaire’s campaign

Tee hee, the Telegraph is running that on their front page. Had the headline there as a placeholder no doubt, ready for use, but have forgotten to move it….

12 thoughts on “After Donald Trump is defeated, darkness befalls the billionaire’s campaign”

  1. If that’s the case, little doubt where that journo’s sympathies lie. And we’re supposed to believe these people do balanced reporting?
    Can’t help but notice, the images they use for Sanders are varied & current. For Trump they’re still running with the “defining” pictures they were using 6 months ago.
    So maybe we should count ourselves lucky they didn’t just run with the headline story, anyway.

  2. So Much For Subtlety

    By their enemies ye shall know them.

    If the Leftist media hates him, if the Guardian-lite that the Tellie has become, hates him, he must be on to something.

    I look forward to a Trump-Sanders tussle because either out come would be so amusing.

  3. So Much For Subtlety

    The Huff Post is said to have gone with “”NH GOES RACIST, SEXIST, XENOPHOBIC” before they pulled it.

    I love the smell of butthurt in the morning.

  4. Doesn’t necessarily indicate anything about their preferences. The papers typically write two stories for these sorts of things (sometimes including fake quotes!) and one is simply loaded as default.

  5. I like Trump because he seems to infuriate people who deserve to be constantly and deeply infuriated.

    Tangentially but on the same basis, I’m becoming more optimistic for Brexit because a “leave” vote will be the choice of the disaffected, disillusioned and definitely browned off voter which is a growing constituency.

  6. The “leave” campaign should win now given the non-deal Cameron got from the EU but I would feel a lot more comfortable if they could stop arguing about what colour hat they should be wearing and concentrate on knocking down Cameron’s lies.

    Oh, and here is a screen grab of the offending article:

  7. Since we now know Trump did what he needed to do it is indeed a Dewey moment. If someone happens to notice it who can make it into a worldwide story the Telegraph has finally provided something of value. The image of an incorrect headline will be of great use to countless comedians. Be glad they don’t have a way to monetize that.

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