The States Trump Can’t Afford To Lose: Kornacki Breaks Down The Road To 270 | All In | MSNBC 1

The States Trump Can’t Afford To Lose: Kornacki Breaks Down The Road To 270 | All In | MSNBC

 

It will take at least 270 electoral votes for a presidential candidate to win the 2020 election. Steve Kornacki looks at the battleground polling to determine which states Trump can’t afford to lose. Aired on 10/23/2020.
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The States Trump Can’t Afford To Lose: Kornacki Breaks Down The Road To 270 | All In | MSNBC

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    1. Biden’s economic policy is not without fault but it is certainly not the doomsday prediction given by an economist who served in the Trump administration. Economic analysis can sometimes lose its credibility when you are aligned to a certain ideology, the expected outcomes are already predisposed. A balanced view, I guess is a pipe dream with most academicians forced to take a political viewpoint. BTW, there are economists such as Paul Krugman who have expressed in their articles that Biden’s economic plans would work.

    2. @Keith Johnson – Shelby GT500 Goldman Sachs: A Democratic sweep would mean faster economic recovery https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/06/business/economy-election-blue-wave-goldman-sachs/index.html

      Biden, Democratic Victories Would Be Best Outcome For The Economy, Moody’s Says https://www.forbes.com/sites/sergeiklebnikov/2020/09/25/biden-democratic-sweep-would-be-best-outcome-for-the-economy-moodys-says/amp/

      “Joe Biden’s economic proposals would create a faster growing economy, higher wages for American workers and reduce the debt compared to where the U.S. is headed under President Donald Trump, according to new analysis from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.” https://www.cbsnews.com/news/joe-biden-tax-plan-debt-wharton-school-univeristy-pennsylvania/

    1. ​@Keith Johnson – Shelby GT500 Your first article written by Trish Regan a former 1994 Miss America Beauty Contestant who made untrue remarks about Denmark’s economic model, was found to not know what she is talking about.

      Even Fox Business a couple of years later, got rid of her on March 27, 2020.

  1. We can’t become complacent, get out there and vote, take a friend or family member if it’s safe. Let’s send a clear message, I know we may not be stoked on Biden, but he’s the path to a better country.

    1. Even if it’s not safe. Wear your mask and wash your hands. I would risk COVID to vote for biden. The future of our civilization is at stake now.

  2. Make sure we all go out VOTE Vote *”UNITED NEW AMERICA”*
    Vote early if possible.
    *-Too big to rig, too many to steal*

    1. @A J Yep, 20 years for 8 counts of obstruction of Justice and 20 years for income tax fraud.

      “In the 1990s, Mr. Trump nearly ruined himself by personally guaranteeing hundreds of millions of dollars in loans, and he has since said that he regretted doing so. But he has taken the same step again, his tax records show. He appears to be responsible for loans totaling $421 million, most of which is coming due within four years.

      Should he win re-election, his lenders could be placed in the unprecedented position of weighing whether to foreclose on a sitting president. Whether he wins or loses, he will probably need to find new ways to use his brand — and his popularity among tens of millions of Americans — to make money.”
      https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/27/us/trump-taxes-takeaways.html

      #TrumpIsNotABillionaire

    1. What is the point my vote does not matter. The system is rigged. I wouldn’t be shocked one bit if Trump got re-elected and am expecting some bombshell news to drop next week against either candidate.

    2. @JB 15 The only reason it seems your vote doesn’t matter is because most people don’t vote. If everyone votes we will always be blue.

    3. A vote other than Biden is a vote for Trump. Not voting is a vote for Trump. Would you be able to live with your decision?

    1. @mar504 “Hillary was 5 points up in the polls and she still lost, this race is extremely close.”
      They changed the way the polls are being done. 2018 was back on track so this is a decent representation.

  3. “Your vote is precious, almost sacred. It is your most powerful, nonviolent action.” John Lewis. Please honor John’s legacy and integrity by voting OUT the lying, racist, incompetent criminal in chief.

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