Tomorrow, possible 2016 candidate Donald Trump will make an announcement that he claims will "make a lot of people happy.” Whether or not he becomes an official candidate, he certainly has a number one fan: himself.
BILL O'REILLY, O'REILLY FACTOR: Now, who do you like so far in the Republican sweepstakes? You're not in there yet?
DONALD TRUMP: I think Donald Trump. I think Donald Trump is the best by far.
O'REILLY: You are not in there.
TRUMP: No. I haven't announced. I haven't done that yet, no. I feel very strongly about a guy named Donald Trump.
This snarky conceit and confidence is what viewers thrive off of and despite the uproar behind his candidacy he doesn't seem to be stopping.
After tomorrow's announcement he will be visiting New Hampshire and Iowa for post-announcement events to spur his campaign. Criticism for Trump seems to be a huge aspect in his campaign trail. On "Fox and Friends" he states that "the last thing this country needs is another Bush" in the White House. He also negatively concludes that Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is "very, very strong on Common Core" and "very, very weak on immigration," and neither one is a good stance. His mission on the other hand is to provide Americans with jobs as he feels that no one is better equipped to provide jobs as he is.Trump posted a passionate and assuring Instagram video this morning with aims to "Make America Great Again." If it's true that Trump is announcing his campaign tomorrow, he will be the eleventh Republican contender to possibly participate in the primary debates. However, Fox News had decided that only the top ten candidates would be selected by their average in the "five most recent national polls, as recognized by FOX News leading up to August 4th at 5 PM/ET." Since Trump has polled third in New Hampshire, he will likely be part of the debates hoping to gain favor.
"I must say that out of all the candidates, I do think Trump is more exciting than most in the sense that he is a tough talker and one who handles the media very well. He’s a no-nonsense guy who seems to have good principles. And when it comes to foreign policy, he might be the one of the few who gets it more right than wrong."