A day later, he was at his old ways again – this time taking on Sen. Elizabeth Warren, questioning on Twitter whether she was actually Native American.
And like any most other presidential contestants for student council, Trump forgot to say something—so he went back to Twitter less than a minute later, saying:
If Trump makes it to the Oval Office, the Secret Service may need to manage his Twitter account to make sure he doesn't spill any diplomatic secrets in a Twitter tirade.
Americans already know Trump is self-promotional and many love him for that. It's all about #trump or better yet, #trump4trump. From his buildings to his golf courses to his ties, Trump wants you to believe his products are the best. That presumptuous approach works with marketing and sales.
There's no denying the Trump bandwagon has millions of followers just like "The Apprentice" had millions of viewers. We watched the show because Trump was unpredictable and entertaining. You never knew what Trump would do from episode to episode.
Americans like drama, we love to laugh and we like surprise endings. That's why Trump was great for TV. He understands the formula for holding viewers' attention. And he was able to leverage that formula to his advantage during the primary. But now that the general election is approaching, the stakes in this real-life drama are changing for everyone-Trump and voters from all parties. —