The election is not rigged against Trump. But the media is biased against the GOP.

The media bias about which Republicans have long complained has become undeniable reality in the 2016 campaign

The figures are sad but true.
(Image credit: Photo Illustration by Jackie Friedman | Image courtesy iStock, Zoonar GmbH / Alamy Stock Photo)

Donald Trump is sinking — and fast.

His poll numbers have plunged at both the national and battleground-state levels as a series of past misogynistic remarks and allegations of sexual misconduct have emerged over the last two weeks. The brash exuberance that accompanied his September rebound has morphed into bitter anger over what the GOP nominee perceives as a media conspiracy to rob him of victory in the upcoming election, and to hand the White House to Democrat Hillary Clinton.

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