Check out the difference in presidential campaign ad spending so far in several swing states.
Stunning –> Team Clinton has a 100% ad-spending edge in battlegrounds.
In June 2012, it was 54%-46% for Obama pic.twitter.com/0odrbXFSyU
— Mark Murray (@mmurraypolitics) June 19, 2016
Trump isn’t even on the board when it comes to ad spending in those states.
— Johnny Farmfield (@Farmfield) June 19, 2016
To say the least.
— Patrick Vail (@normanandfelton) June 19, 2016
There’s only one word that comes to mind.
— Michi I. (@michi83) June 19, 2016
— John Thomas (@CApolitico) June 19, 2016
In the game of tug of war, one side has dropped the rope and fled to the bar next door. https://t.co/t8kYj1D7Sv
— John Ray (@johnlray) June 19, 2016
This is deadly. https://t.co/eWjHxI1rQ6
— Brian Hughes (@GoMeteoric) June 19, 2016
Trump's incompetence is staggering https://t.co/XG7EsrHGUr
— Lunar Lad (@L00nOnTheM00n) June 19, 2016
Not good news for Trump, but ads likely less effective for this cycle. https://t.co/xeWhU3VYkb
— Steven Buckley (@StevenJCBuckley) June 19, 2016
Team Trump better hope that is true.
Again: Trump has said he wants to run a different campaign than Romney did in 2012. This is definitely different. https://t.co/HiP9w4kSq8
— Rebecca Sinderbrand (@sinderbrand) June 19, 2016
Here is a comment from Trump Sunday morning on the state of his campaign:
Trump on his campaign: "We really haven't started. We start after the convention." #MTP
— Meet the Press (@meetthepress) June 19, 2016