In his latest rant during an hour-long speech in Connecticut, Donald Trump lashed out he would be leading Hillary Clinton by 20% if "the disgusting and corrupt media covered me honestly and didn't put false meaning into the words I say."Threatening to revoke The New York Times' press credentials (just as he did The Washington Post), Trump - somewhat understandably exclaimed "these are the most dishonest people," pointing to the press corps.
Speaking in Connecticut, a heavily Democratic state where he has a long-shot of being victorious, even Republican strategists questioning his decision-making...
"It's asinine that he would be in Connecticut holding a public rally less than 90 days before the election," said Republican strategist Matt Mackowiak.
"You don't see Hillary publicly campaigning in Idaho and Mississippi. I have to think this proves the candidate is running the campaign, which explains why it's such a disaster of biblical proportions."