Trump Camp In Denial, Believes 'Undercover' Voters Will Save Trump

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Carol Nisar
Donald Trump may be lagging in the polls, but that’s not stopping his brand new campaign manager from being absurdly optimistic about his potential voters.

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After causing controversy on the campaign trail, Donald Trump has hired a slew of new staffers to revamp his popularity.

In an interview Tuesday with the United Kingdom’s Channel 4, Trump’s newly-appointed campaign manager Kellyanne Conway claimed that there is an underground existence of hidden voters who will secretly vote for Trump.

Her outlandish remark came a day prior to Wednesday's Reuters/Ipsos poll, which indicated that Hillary Clinton has a 95 percent chance of winning if the election were held today.

Conway said to Channel 4, “It’s become socially desirable, especially if you’re a college educated person in the United States of America, to say that you’re against Donald Trump. The hidden Trump vote is a very significant proposition.”

When asked to further explain what she meant by “hidden Trump vote” in terms of numbers, Conway refused to oblige any details.

She said, “I can’t discuss [this secret group]. It’s a project we’re doing internally. I call it the undercover Trump voter, but it’s real.”

Channel 4’s interview with Conway is pretty amusing in itself, as she cut the interview short and refused to answer a question from the antagonizing British host, who clearly held an anti-Trump bias.

True to Trump form, Conway is attempting to propel her boss's reputation forward in the polls by making cryptic, bizarre statements.

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