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A debate for the ages. The Supreme Court. Steve and I talk to two brilliant people who have been in both arenas, @NicolleDWallace and @stefcutter, on this week’s episode. Download here. https://t.co/zHu4mD5u93 https://t.co/2MCEewyo5M
Thank you @NicolleDWallace of @DeadlineWH on @msnbc and @stefcutter for joining @davidplouffe and I on the @therecount BattleGround podcast. They are great friends and brilliant observers of American life in the age of Trump. Listen if you can https://t.co/tabWFb4BOf
Crystal Ball: Major rating changes today - Susan Collins (R-ME) Toss-up to Leans D Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Likely R to Leans R ME-2 electoral vote Leans R to Toss-up https://t.co/WW4cqagVAR https://t.co/lyXd2Rf8yV
Two polls this month show the race in a dead heat — already a rarity for a bright red state like South Carolina. Last week, several election analysts moved the race to "Leans Republican," just short of a tossup. https://t.co/Q6CiSyxNcN
Graham's opponent, Jaime Harrison, is a former chair of the state Democratic Party. He’s been raising huge money the past year but has seen his totals explode in recent weeks. Harrison raised more money in July and August than Graham spent in his entire last reelection campaign.
New this morning - Senate Majority PAC is spending $$ in South Carolina for the first time, launching a $6.5 million campaign against @LindseyGrahamSC in a sign that Dems see this race as winnable https://t.co/qgkBqGo7bf
Senate Majority PAC, the largest group working to flip the Senate blue, announced a $6 million ad buy in the South Carolina Senate race. For the first time, Dems see a real opportunity to defeat Lindsey Graham, Pres. Trump's critic-turned-loyal soldier. https://t.co/AFmMn2mASI
Donald Trump Jr. is on Fox this morning defending his father over the NYT tax avoidance story: "Of course the NYT does this, they put out a selective picture of all of these things the day before a debate." https://t.co/0JXHCZs9zw
So maybe about time to put out the full picture, as Trump promised in 2016? https://t.co/KRIEsQRL1B
Taking it back to 1980: Pres. Jimmy Carter had an abysmal approval rating — but the race to replace him remained tight. Ronald Reagan had a single chance to prove himself: A head-to-head debate, one week before Election Day, with 80 million Americans watching. https://t.co/NpZwP4cM2H
37% — President Carter's approval rating before 1980 debate 41% — Carter's share of Election Day popular vote 43% — President Trump's approval rating before 2020 debates https://t.co/Z6skBqSlnk
TODAY'S RADAR, 9/28/20: • 37 days til Election Day, debate tmrw night • 204,762 US COVID deaths • Trump coronavirus testing event at WH • Biden: debate prep • GOP sets SCOTUS timeline • BIG STORY: Taxes! And Trump $421M+ in loans due in second term https://t.co/3op3us3ZnF https://t.co/1XXy55GFL1
Federal taxes paid, first year in office Ronald Reagan: $165,202 George H.W. Bush: $101,382 Bill Clinton: $62,670 George W. Bush: $250,221 Barack Obama: $1,792,414 Donald Trump: $750