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President Donald J. Trump and Joe Biden at the first presidential debate in Cleveland, Ohio on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020. (C-SPAN video screenshot)

By Rachel Alexander explains 2 scenarios that have the president breaking the 300 mark

Rachel AlexanderEveryone knows how biased the polls are toward the Democrats (even far left Michael Moore admits it), and it gets sillier as the polls start amazingly showing more support for Trump the closer to the election. But this year, the polls have not swung toward Trump as much as they did right before the election at this time in 2016. Not a single recent national poll listed on Real Clear Politics has Trump ahead. Rasmussen Reports, the most accurate pollster in 2016 at this time, had Hillary Clinton ahead by 2 points, which is how much she ended up winning the popular vote by. But Rasmussen has Biden up by even more this year, 3 points. And almost all the major polls have Trump trailing in the swing states.

It looks dire to the average American who isn’t paying attention. It’s dishonesty by the mainstream polling companies and the MSM reporting on the race, done deliberately to discourage people from bothering to vote for Trump.

The reality is far different. Trump could still win the Electoral College and lose the popular vote by a landslide, so Rasmussen’s poll is not very worrisome. Trump knows how to focus on the swing states in order to win the Electoral College, something Hillary Clinton did not understand as well.  …

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