Marcus Solis reports live in Airmont where residents are frustrated with piles of trash and debris.
Matthew: "He dismissed it as “overrated” in May, and said his candidacy would succeed based on holding large rallies." this is moronic. A: anyone coming to the rally is already a voter in the bag. maybe the occasional on-the-fence voter shows up for a free show, but for 99% of the people who show up, this is preaching to the choir. B: trump (or any presidential candidate in history, for that matter) has yet to hold a rally big enough to represent a majority in their state. even if you held a rally with 100,000 people and 100% of them showed up at the polls when the time came, that wouldn't be enough to win the least populous state. political rallies are fun, and no doubt trump enjoys being the center of attention, but they aren't a winning strategy. a get-out-the-vote effort beats a big rally every time and modern GOTV efforts are microtargeting driven. trump is so focused on being an outsider that he's missed the reason why insiders get to be insiders in the first place: they know the smart way to run a campaign.