Donald Trump will plant a flag on hallowed ground Saturday morning by laying out near the Gettysburg National Battlefield what he would do in his first 100 days as President of the United States.
The Civil War location, a senior campaign aide told reporters on a Friday night conference call, has great significance: ‘Gettysburg was the moment when the war turned.’
And he aims to enter the campaign’s final two weeks by making ‘a closing pitch to voters.’
The Republican nominee’s campaign said he will unveil a list of at least 10 major policy proposals, in teleprompter-driven remarks designed to reinforce his image as a can-do executive with laser-focused goals.
Democrat Hillary Clinton, the aide snarked, can’t articulate her policy goals because her donors haven’t yet told her what to think.