Trump In Collapse As Campaign Cancels Ads In Florida, Ohio, and North Carolina

The Trump campaign is showing signs of complete collapse as Donald Trump has abruptly canceled ad buys in the vital swing states of Florida, Ohio, and North Carolina.

Maggie Haberman of The New York Times tweeted:

Here is a list of the markets where Trump has pulled his ads:

Only campaigns with money problems or that are losing cancel ads in swing states weeks before election day. A presidential campaign that wants to win doesn’t do this. The ad cancellations in all three states are extremely odd because Trump is running within 5 points of Hillary Clinton in each of them.

While polling shows Clinton with small leads in North Carolina, and a roughly 5 point lead in Florida, Ohio looks like a dead heat toss up.

Donald Trump is losing in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Colorado, Wisconsin, and Virginia by larger margins than the states where his campaign canceled the ads.

The move to run less advertising makes no sense and suggests a campaign that is in even deeper trouble than is being publicly reported.

It is impossible to escape the conclusion that Donald Trump’s campaign is in a state of utter chaos and collapse.