TREND LINE: Trump dismisses concerns about COVID-19, attacks mail-in voting during chaotic debate

TREND LINE: Trump dismisses concerns about COVID-19, attacks mail-in voting during chaotic debate 1

 

Trend Line's Michael Stittle and Nik Nanos discuss how U.S. President Donald Trump could be trying to “devalue” mail-in ballots ahead of the upcoming election.

Also, Nik gives an update on the national ballot tracking numbers and discusses whether provincial governments are taking a gamble by holding elections during a pandemic.

Then Nik and Michael take a look at how the WE charity scandal have impacted Prime Minister Trudeau's popularity numbers and why if an election was called, Erin O'Toole's Conservative Party might be the victor.

This podcast was recorded before Trump's positive test for COVID-19. For more details about the president's diagnosis: www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVqQENSmaR0&t=4s

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5 Comments on "TREND LINE: Trump dismisses concerns about COVID-19, attacks mail-in voting during chaotic debate"

  1. Trumps’ strategy was to hijack the debate so as not to reveal the truth about his incompetence.

  2. JoAnn Melanson | October 2, 2020 at 11:19 AM | Reply

    Though it has been reported The President and First Lady requested mail in ballots from Florida ..Hypocrites

  3. Margareta Brosnan | October 2, 2020 at 11:22 AM | Reply

    I’m single 😥😥😥😥😥

  4. “ Presidents are selected not elected”-Franklin D Roosevelt.

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