The Damage Report host John Iadarola is joined by TYT’s Jayar Jackson to break down Wednesday’s top stories.
The hearings in the confirmation of SC nominee Amy Coney Barrett continue into their third day. Twitter has suspended numerous accounts for posing as Black Trump supporters. Fresh out of the hospital Trump calls vulnerable seniors “expendable”. The federal prosecutor tasked to review Obama-era “unmasking” efforts has quietly completed his investigation without bringing any charges. Trump’s campaign is defending a new ad containing a misleading edit of Dr. Anthony Fauci. Mitch McConnell laughs maniacally while opponent Amy McGrath calls out his lack of leadership on Covid.
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"(CNN) – Poll of the week: A new CNN/SSRS poll finds that former Vice President Joe Biden is at 57% to President Donald Trump’s 41% among likely voters.
The average of all polls also shows Biden’s advantage expanding into the double-digits following the first presidential debate and Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis.
What’s the point: There can be little doubt that Biden is beating Trump, and that he would be a very heavy favorite to beat the President if the election were being held today. There are multiple reasons why Trump is in such trouble, but chief among them is women.
Biden’s doing so well in the polls because he’s putting up historically strong numbers with women voters. In fact, he’s still losing among men.
An average of the last five live interview polls puts Biden up by 25 points among women voters. That includes a 34-point margin in CNN’s poll released last week.
No candidate of either party in the polling era has ever led among women voters by more than 24 points in the final pre-election polls. This includes the blowout elections of 1964 and 1972, which Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon took by more than 20 points respectively."
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