Trump Talk: ‘A little hyperbole never hurts’

August 28, 2015
Republican presidential candidate Trump  at a rally in Manchester, NH.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures and declares ‘You’re fired!’ at a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, June 17, 2015.
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Anyone who has witnessed Donald Trump’s meteoric surge to the top of the 2016 Republican presidential field is familiar with Trump Talk – a mix of bullish optimism and hyperbole. It may in part explain his rise in the polls. While his competitors gravely list the country‚Äôs ills, Trump tells voters how fantastic everything is going to be once he’s president.

Read more on the candidate’s exaggerated style–and the risks of promising voters more than he can deliver.

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