It’d seem to me that by now, the Trump campaign ought to be pinning the “desperate” label on the Clinton campaign, specifically, as follows:
HRC is “desperate” because:
She has no vision for the future of this country that is any different from the failed and extremist policies she and her party have offered for the last 50 years and those that have been implemented over the last 7 years by the Obama administration.
She has come to the realization that you cannot fool all of the people all of the time and that the farce that has been the Obama administration will not be given a third term.
With 90+ % of the media as her puppets, she will not win and has taken to wondering why she is not 50 points ahead.
Automatically disqualified herself by mishandling classified information and finally understands that the American people, the “deplorables,” will not support and promote a lying, crooked, lawless person to the highest office in the land.
Knows that absolute power corrupts absolutely, has craved it her entire life and sees her chance for it slipping away.
The President’s and her racist and sexist appeal to divisions along race and sexist lines is simply not working.
Bought and paid for, she will not be able to deliver to her donors, foreign and domestic and the Clinton Foundation may be bankrupted as a result. She’s on notice that America and the Oval Office are not for sale.
Because the only experience she has is in setting the world on fire, deleting emails and believing that servers can be protected by the Secret Service and that they can be wiped with “a cloth.”
Her only claims to success have been in containing “bimbo eruptions,” evading indictment for various criminal activities and defending a child rapist.
Realizes that airline staff who have flown to 113 countries are better qualified than she is.
Recognizes that the American people see the utter hypocrisy in the argument that she’s the “most qualified” to run for President which suggests that Obama must have been the least qualified and yet by her and her party’s measure, the inexperienced one has done a terrific job.
Made a mistake by prematurely declaring her imperiousness by referring to Republicans and Conservatives as enemies worse than terrorists; they’ve come to understand that they will suffer the most if she wins.