Forget that old adage about counting chickens before they’ve hatched. With just over two weeks until Election Day, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has released a map showing which states he thinks he’ll win on Nov. 8.
With the clock running out on Donald Trump’s campaign and a catastrophic loss looking more likely, politicos are snickering that the careers of his advisers and strategists will be sacrificed in the process. But at least one of them, legendary Republican dirty trickster Roger Stone, has plans for life after Trump.
“In 1961, we heard about this garden apartment on Horatio St. It was the Meat Market back then. Trucks would roll up the street and bones would fall off the back. The landlord was asking $95 a month and we took it.”
The Trump campaign reportedly “ghosted” Bourne — meaning they cancelled the interview with little to no notice — who said they told her the interview had either never been scheduled or that a “decision hadn’t been made.”