It's Machine Politics in the age of Super PACs.
Meanwhile, we are being confronted with really vetting Trump for the first time. What is truly remarkable is that in the frenetic scrum of the GOP primaries, no one thought to seize on the mountains of shit that Donald Trump had his tiny little hands in.
There is Trump University, of course. There is Trump's routine business practice of stiffing people who worked for him or made deals with him and then suing the pants off of them for asking for what they were promised.
Finally (or not really finally, there's so much more) there is the fact that Trump himself is a compulsive liar. Nowhere is this more evident than in his statements about his wealth. His Cash-on-Hand statement to the FEC was embarrassing, befitting more a rural House race than a campaign for the Presidency. Trump has said he could self-finance, but it's also clear he can't and/or won't. He won't reveal his tax returns, because it's pretty clear that he's not nearly as wealthy as he says he is. He claims to be worth billions, but it's pretty clear he's worth less than a $100 million.
Now, we have some interesting claims of something VERY weird going on in New Hampshire.
It will be interesting to see if the media can gin up false equivalencies with stuff like this: