Last month, newly-appointed Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort issued a request that the campaign hire on Cambridge Analytica, the very same marketing firm that helped to defeat the establishment powers in Great Britain earlier this year with the stunning Brexit vote – a vote that was a direct shot across the bow of globalist powers intent on seeing a world without individual nations and borders.
Cambridge Analytica is particularly adept at focusing on the concerns of first-time voters using a multitude of issues-based data points.
Many within political circles consider them the best of the best when it comes to this kind of political messaging technology.
As recently as a few months ago, Trump had considered this technology to be “overrated” which some have suggested had more to do with its cost rather than its potential effectiveness.
With the urging of Manafort, and Trump’s own ever-growing experience in the rough and tumble world of national politics, the Republican presidential candidate is now willing to give Cambridge Analytica a try, a reversal that is likely good news for Trump supporters grown despondent over the candidate’s messaging difficulties the last two weeks that has Hillary Clinton once again emerging on top of various recent polls.
Trump is fighting back.