Hollywood is “Nervous” as Trump Beats Clinton in the Polls

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Hollywood is reportedly nervous as Trump and Clinton are neck and neck in the polls.

It is no lie that a large majority of Hollywood actor, producers, directors and executives are voting for Hillary Clinton this year. However, on Tuesday CNN/ORC poll showing Trump leading Clinton for the first time in six causing Hollywood executives to get “nervous”.

In fact, according to a recent report by TheWrap, Hollywood executives are “nervous” about the outcome of the Presidential election following that CNN/ORC poll.

CHARLOTTE, NC, USA - JULY 5, 2016: President Obama and Hillary Clinton take the stage at their first campaign appearance at the Charlotte Convention Center. (Evan El-Amin / Shutterstock.com)
CHARLOTTE, NC, USA – JULY 5, 2016: President Obama and Hillary Clinton take the stage at their first campaign appearance at the Charlotte Convention Center. (Evan El-Amin / Shutterstock.com)

“I’m freaked out,” David Schneiderman, co-owner and founder of Seismic Productions and prominent Clinton supporter, told TheWrap. “I now post stuff on Facebook every day bugging all my friends to do something. No one wants to wake up to Donald Trump on November 8.”

This news comes after the NBC News forum with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, which has many people confused and worried.

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September 15, 2015, Donald Trump, 2016 Republican presidential candidate, speaks during a rally aboard the Battleship USS Iowa in San Pedro, Los Angeles, California (Joseph Sohm / Shutterstock.com)

On Wednesday’s Commander-in-Chief Forum will be remembered as the time Donald Trump praising for Russian President Vladimir Putin than America’s own military leadership. In fact, Donald Trump said the American military was “reduced to rubble,” called Putin a “far more” capable leader than President Obama.

“Under the leadership of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton the generals have been reduced to rubble,” Trump said. “They’ve been reduced to a point where it’s embarrassing to our country.”

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton argued that Trump cannot be trusted with nuclear weapons while she can. However, she struggled against comments regarding her e-mails saying, “I did exactly what I should have done,” she said.

At the end of the day it is important to point out that Clinton is leading in several key swing states and has even managed to gain support in historically red states. In a 50-state Washington Post-SurveyMonkey poll, released Tuesday, showed Trump struggling in conservative states like Arizona, Georgia and even Texas, where he’s basically tied with Clinton.

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