7 Things That Prove Trump Has ALREADY Lost The Election (TWEET)

We are sitting 17 days away from one of the most bizarre General Elections this country has ever seen. A TV personality faces off against a career politician, leaving millions across the United States in the agony of deciding upon their own stupidity.

On November 8th, the rest of the world will watch through their fingers to see if America decides to Brexit itself. Anything could happen!

Well no, actually (hopefully), not really. Here is your comprehensive list of WHY Trump has already lost this election.

My Polls Don’t Lie

In the Reuter/Ipsos State of the Nation poll, Hillary is now leading at 326 electoral votes to Trump’s 212. They are saying that if the election were held this week, Hillary would have a 95% chance of winning.

Many die-hard Trump fans will deny this as part of the “rigged election” rhetoric, but there is not one poll where Hillary does not win her 270 electoral votes.

Trump’s Campaign Manager Is Trolling Him On Twitter

Kellyanne Conway, a pollster in her own right, is subtly trolling her boss on Twitter. Following Wednesday’s debate, Conway retweeted someone regarding the “bad hombres” remark. The tweet claimed that this comment had not been approved by Conway.

Then she gave a a Twitter shout out to Trump’s rival Hillary Clinton! Uh oh…

He Is Hemorrhaging Staff

Trump’s national political director Jim Murphy, is reducing his role within the campaign. He is citing personal reasons for his reductions in campaign involvement.

Murphy, who joined the campaign in June, will no longer be playing an active role. Many are claiming that this alone proves that Trump’s presidential bid is sinking back into the depths of hell from whence it came.

Where Did Chris Christie Go?

Christie was one of Trump’s most loyal lapdogs but has seemingly fallen off the face of the earth. If he was at the billionaire’s New Jersey event last weekend, then no one saw him.

Though he has not technically withdrawn support, Christie is distancing himself. He called Trump’s Pussygate comments “indefensible.” Monmouth University pollster Patrick Murray is also asking where Christie has gone:

“The last we know, he was there the day after the tape came out, and he really has not been seen with or for Trump since… That’s a lot of time, considering you saw him on TV, you saw him heading to Bedminster for debate prep, on the Acela heading down for transition planning. Something’s up, but I’m not sure what it is, whether it’s on his side or on Trump’s.”

Hillary Is Winning Core States

Over 3.3 million Americans have already voted. Within that group, Democrats have boosted their numbers in North Carolina, Nevada, Arizona, and even Utah compared to this stage in 2012.

According to the same polling site. Clinton is winning by 47%, whereas Trump is down at 42%. The only place that Trump is marginally up is in Iowa, but even that can change.

He Is Losing Key Voter Demographics

Trump’s support is failing with women and minorities. Now that Kellyanne Conway is also falling out of favor, will her white women go with her?

Conway’s methods to bring in women and minorities has gone completely out of the window. A flood of women have come out to accuse Trump of sexually assaulting them following the hot-mic release. Pussygate is seeing Trump lose support in all demographics, but particularly with key voters like women an minorities.

Body Language

Many are claiming that Trump’s body language at the final debate showed his failure. This clip sums it up best, it’s only made better by CNN polls show him losing by 13 points:

Kay Smythe is a freelance writer, social geographer, and senior writer at Anthony Gilardi's HIPPO LIFE. She was first published by Guardian Travel in the mid-2000s, which earned her the editorship at her college newspaper in 2010. From there, Smythe was opinion and news editor with The Tab, whilst maintaining a blog with Huffington Post. Her works featured interviews with Oscar and Emmy nominated actors. In early 2016, Smythe was awarded an O1 VISA. She lives and works in Venice, California, and loves it.