Herman Cain gave frontrunner, Donald Trump an epic 3-point plan to stay on top of the polls.
This is a game-changer.
As a Republican front-runner in the 2012 presidential election, successful businessman Herman Cain may be one of the few people who can offer current GOP front-runner Donald Trump a solid bit of advice to stay in the game.
During a Saturday appearance on Judge Jeanine Pirro’s Fox News show, Cain reflected on the downfall of his run for the GOP nomination after what he called a “seed of doubt” was planted in the court of public opinion over controversial things he’d said in the past, which dried up his campaign’s coffers.
“Donald Trump doesn’t have that problem,” Cain told Pirro, before laying out a simple, three-point plan that would keep Trump at the top of the polls all the way to February.
His advice to Trump starts at the 3:25 mark in the video below.
“Number one, don’t focus on that,” Cain said, referring to the hordes of pundits and opposition who stay up late at night digging up old soundbites trying to trap Trump.
Cain then recommended that Trump cease the personal assaults, likely in reference to what he said about fellow candidate Carly Fiorina’s face in a Rolling Stone interview.
Lastly, Cain offered advice to The Donald that may be the most effective of all. “Start talking about substantive issues and the rest of ’em will follow him.”