Trump: Victory Would Signal the End of “Corrupt Establishment”

US republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says that his victory in the election will signal the end of corrupt establishment at Washington. He made the comments addressing his supporters in Sarasota, Florida.

Donald Trump has already accused the FBI of impropriety in handling Clinton’s email probe. On Monday, the FBI director James Comey told US lawmakers that Hillary will not be subjected to any criminal charges.

Where else Trump called the establishment corrupt

On October 12, addressing to a rally of supporter in Ocala, Florida, Trump slammed the corporate media as establishment. He further stated that the reporters working for these organizations are cogs in a corrupt political system.

The corporate media can’t report on the establishment because the corporate media is the establishment, Reporters who work for these outlets like the Washington Post or the New York Times, may think of themselves as journalists, but they are actually cogs in a corrupt political machine. The Clinton machine, said the business tycoon.

On October 13, in Oklahoma, Florida, responding to the accusations that he has sexually assaulted women, Trump blamed media for fabricating the story. He lashed out at the media and establishment as corrupt establishment.

The establishment has trillions of dollars at stake in this election. As an example, just one single trade deal they’d like to pass involves trillions of dollars controlled by many countries, corporations, and lobbyists.

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