It occurred to me that comparing headlines mightbe be yet another way to size up Presidential candidates. This turned out to be a bit challenging: I found two on Donald Trump right away, but had to do searches on the other three. To keep thins fair, I used the same search engine.
One reason for finding news about Mr. Trump is that the media seems to consider him more entertaining. (Just my observation)
So, here are two headlines for each candidate:
Donald Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was arrested and charged in Jupiter, Florida, with simple battery of former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields, according to police.
Mr. Trump’s defense of his campaign manager shows his lack of judgement
Hillary Clinton Releases Spotify Playlist For Women’s History Month
After third Super Tuesday, Hillary Clinton turns focus to fundraising
Jeb Bush endorses Ted Cruz in Republican presidential race
Affair Allegations May Threaten Ted Cruz’s Support Among Evangelicals … making headlines, it’s not a good look for a presidential candidate.
Bernie Sanders: ‘All options’ on table if Iran cheats on nuclear deal
Sanders launches late-stage bid to woo superdelegates
What do you think? Do headlines have any validity when it comes to choosing a President?